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You are invited to get Out There and get to know your Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in 2014 to make the most of the fantastic activities on offer.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has produced a new Out There booklet giving families tons of ideas for low-cost organised events as well as outdoor challenges that cost nothing.

Read more: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park invite you to get Out There with a new booklet

Ceridwen Centre based in north west Carmarthernshire have been busy building their "Caban Bach".
The hand made Eco pods ideal for the those wanting to stay in this idylic area wanting a low cartbon footprint and now available for lettings. 

The Ceridwen Centre is a welcoming holiday and retreat centre on a farm in West Wales, with their abundant wildlife set in a lush rural setting blessed by fabulous sunsets.

Ceridwen (up to 19 in 8 bedrooms) - Last Minute Deal - Tuesday 29th July to Friday 1st August -
£1150 (plus 'good housekeeping' bond)

The Byre - (up to 7 in 2 bedrooms) - Last Minute Deal - Tuesday 29th July to Friday 1st August -
£279 (plus 'good housekeeping' bond)
Please ring 01559 370517/ email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to book

For those that like to glamp in utter luxury Ceridwen Centre has hit the high notes.

Greentraveller's latest blog has listed Ceridewen as one of its top five yurts.

Read more: Ceridwen Centre, North Carmarthenshire has one of the top five yurt sites

This summer there is a Medieval mayhem, Celtic chaos and a crafty mess in the Park.
By unleashing your inner Celt, trying a Little Something Herbal or createing an artistic masterpiece life can only be fun and fascinsating  in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park this summer.

Read more: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park creates medieval mayhem, Celtic chaos and a crafty mess

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is encouraging people to make the most of the great outdoors during National Parks Week (July 28th to August 3rd) as the country prepares for the annual celebration of Britain's breathing spaces.
The theme for this year's National Parks Week is 'Britain's breathing spaces: Space to Grow' – a
reflection of our commitment to engaging those generations who will help protect and maintain the National Parks in the future.
National Park Authority Director of Delivery and Discovery James Parkin said: "National Parks Week is
an annual celebration of everything our protected landscapes have to offer and provides a great excuse to turn off the television, put down the mobile phone and experience the Pembrokeshire Coast's world-class scenery.
"With a wealth of walking opportunities including the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail nearby and a packed calendar of activities and events, there is no better time to get out and get active in the National Park."
If you're looking for ideas for a great family day out or an opportunity to learn more about the Pembrokeshire Coast and its landscape, then National Park Authority has an event for you.
The National Park also has more than 200 walking routes available to download online, all of which offer a fascinating insight into the history, geology and wildlife which together make up the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. To see these walks visit ww.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/walking.
For those looking for family-friendly fun, look no further than the National Park Authority-run sites
at Carew Castle, Castell Henllys Iron Age Village and Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, all of which offer a fantastic range of activities for young and old.
There will be family treasure hunts, falconry displays, archery demonstrations and opportunities to create a collage masterpiece.
For more information visit www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/events for a full list of our activities and events.
The secret nightlife of an Amman Valley school was revealed recently as part of a conservation project.
Officers from Carmarthenshire County Council's conservation section visited Saron School which has a nature area within its grounds, and a very keen nature group.

Read more: Saron School pupils marvelled by moths!

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