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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is gearing up for another busy tourism season having seen visitor numbers increase at its attractions in 2013.
Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids saw the highest increase of the Authority’s attractions with 145,000 visitors which is over 13,500 more people coming through the doors, representing a 10% rise compared with 2012.
‘Wales is ready for Easter’ is the key message behind a new national campaign launched at Cardiff Airport on Monday, 7th April.
The Welsh coast felt the full force of the early 2014 storms and as a result, Welsh Government funding was made available to local authorities in the worst affected areas to prime the tourism industry for another busy season.
A warm and welcoming National Park Visitor Centre including an Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales Gallery plus a shop, cafe, Information Centre, Artist-in-Residence studio and Discovery Room. There's plenty to see and do for all the family.
West Wales Applied Arts Exhibition, April 2nd to May 31st 2014
This exhibition is by a new collaboration of artists working across a range of media. From ceramics and jewellery to wood and metal, there will be a varied selection of handmade pieces available to buy. Visit the Discovery Room windows to browse the collection and ask staff if would like to purchase a piece.
Spring is in the air and to celebrate, you can enjoy a wonderful luxury stay in the Executive Room for 2 at the Plough Rhosmaen for just £99, reduced from £120! Includes half a bottle of pink champagne and a box of Thorntons chocolates in your room on arrival and a Welsh breakfast the following morning. Book during April and stay with us anytime up to December 24th 2014.
Crafts, entertainment and a vintage tea party!
Treat your special lady to a delicious home-baked afternoon tea, served on old fashioned crockery, with music, craft stalls and treats. Your cake stand will be filled with a selection of cakes, scones, sandwiches and miniature tarts.
On Sunday 30th March 2014
Craft stalls open from 11am to 5pm
Afternoon tea availability from 12 to 5pm
If you’re looking to entertain the family over the Easter break, look no further than the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
From treasure hunts and crab catching to craft workshops and walks in the river, there’ll be something to suit every family.
Mother’s Day arts and crafts
Thursday 27th March 2014, 10 – 12pm
At Pen-y-banc Farm, Drefelin, nr Drefach Felindre, SA44 5XE
Have fun creating cards and gifts with a wide range of art and craft materials especially for mums. Please wear old clothes as it could get messy!
Babies to 4-year-olds, all welcome
Cost is £3.50 for parent & child, plus £1 for each extra child
Refreshments and cake available too