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February 2014
Get absorbed in the Iron Age, meddle in the medieval or delve into the St Davids Day celebrations this half term with Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

The whole week is packed full of fun for all ages, with activities ranging from painting your shield at Carew Castle, to having your face painted like a Celtic warrior at Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort.

Travel back to the Iron Age at Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort.

Put that together with the annual Dragon Parade at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, as part of a packed St Davids Day schedule in Britain’s smallest city, and there’s a whole host of exciting activities for families to get involved in this half term holiday.

National Park Chairman Cllr Mike James said: “These fantastic events provide a great opportunity for children and families to get out and about and learn more about the fascinating environment, culture and history of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Read more: Discover Park’s Rich Culture And History This Half Term Holiday

February 2014
Your Really Local Advertiser

You are cordially invited to a relaxed afternoon of results, reading and tea.

On: 15th February, from 2pm onwards
At: The Old Dairy, Penybanc Farm, Drefelin, Drefach Felindre, SA44 5XE

Free entry.

Come along for an informal hour or two to hear the results of the 2013 Your Really Local Advertiser writing competition, listen to winning entries and enjoy some home-baked cake with your cuppa.

If you are planning to come it would be good to give an idea of numbers either by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone 01559 370750 / 370517.

Read more: An Unveiling Of A Mittendom Kingdom And Competition Results At Ceridwen

February 2014
Join Nigel for a Landscape Photography Workshop in the Brecon Beacons – the day is designed for those with previous experience of photography & who wish to develop their understanding of what makes their images stand out from the rest! You’ll learn how to optimise your camera settings and be given lots of great tips on photographic technique and composition. You’ll learn how to make the most of RAW (and will never want to use JPEG again!) and for those looking to expand their range of equipment, you’ll get sound advice on what to buy (and more importantly what not to buy!!). Above all you’ll have a fun day out! THIS WORKSHOP IS UP TO 6 & HAS 2 SPACES LEFT 9am – 5.30pm (approx.)
Saturday 22nd March 2014

1 Studio based tutorial session 9 – 10.15am

1.1 Introduction and tutorial session based on Course Information & participants completed questionnaires

1.2 Specific advanced techniques from the following
  • Optimising your camera controls for landscape photography
  • Understanding the use of lenses & perspective in landscape photography
  • Composition in landscape photography including specific techniques (photomerges / time exposures)
  • Photographic equipment & use of filters in photography


Read more: Creative Photography Wales Technique And Composition In Landscape Photography

February 2014
Welsh Football issue 171 is now available to order. This edition of our national football magazine includes club features on BARRY TOWN UNITED, LLANFAIR UNITED and PONTYPRIDD TOWN, memories of the 1988-89 season exactly 25 years ago this month, and reflections on artificial pitches past and present. We have action photos from recent games the length and breadth of Wales, plus programme reviews, and news and stats from all the main competitions.

WF 171 cover

Full details, including how to order, are available at www.welsh-football.net/publication-dates.
February 2014
Pembrokeshire Tourism joined millions across Great Britain last week in celebrating Farmhouse Breakfast Week.

Farmhouse Breakfast Week is an annual celebration which promotes the important benefits of a healthy breakfast, as well as demonstrating a variety of breakfast options.

Captioned from left to right is Chief Executive of Pembrokeshire Tourism Maudie Hughes, Jayne Hancock of Fields Lodge B&B, Gemma Thomas of Pembrokeshire Tourism, Jim Hughes & Ollie Cole of Radio Pembrokeshire.

Throughout the week Pembrokeshire Tourism ran a social media campaign highlighting innovative and healthy breakfast options shared from a number of their members. They also prepared their own locally sourced breakfast in the office with fresh ingredients provided by supplier members Pembrokeshire Produce Direct and Bethesha Meats.

Read more: Pembrokeshire Tourism Celebrates Farmhouse Breakfast Week

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