Pembrokeshire once again has topped the list of Blue Flag beaches in Wales winning 10 Blue Flags. Ceredigion achieved 6, with Cilborth beach gaining the award for the first time despite the dreadful storms which hit our coast this winter, and Carmarthenshire 1. The Blue Flag … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire Tops the List of Cleanest Beaches
Excitement is building in Pembrokeshire in anticipation of the visit to the County by The Queen and Prince Phillip next week. They will arrive at Haverfordwest station by Royal train from where the Duke will visit Puffin Produce, producers of the famous Pembrokeshire early … [Read more...] about Excitement Builds in Anticipation of Royal Visit to Pembrokeshire
With the Easter holidays upon us, new figures from The Great British Tourism Survey released yesterday show that 2013 was a bumper year for tourism in Wales with visitor numbers increasing by 3.4%. This comes at a time when Britain as a whole experienced a downturn of 2.5% … [Read more...] about Do New Figures Prove Pembrokeshire Really is the New Cornwall?
A greatly overdue new £68 million, five mile stretch of the A477 leading to Pembrokeshire opens today in time for Easter; finally bypassing Llanddowror and Red Roses. This narrow and winding section of the road has, for many years, been a terrible bottle neck and accident … [Read more...] about Vital Improved Road to Pembrokeshire Opens at Last
Some of Pembrokeshire’s coastal resorts suffered terribly in the fierce storms experienced this winter. Newgale and Amroth even made the National news when a bus full of passengers was swept off the road by a wave at Newgale (fortunately with no casualties) and the sea wall and … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire’s award-winning resorts back in business
According to a survey by the New Economics Foundation carried out in 2010, four in ten of UK towns have become clones of one another; each one full of identikit chain stores. Indeed, if you were dropped in the centre of many towns it would be hard to identify whether you were in … [Read more...] about Narberth – Daring to be Different
The people of Pembrokeshire will be holding their breath at 4.15 p.m. on Saturday to see if a local horse can once again win the Grand National. Their hopes rest on the favourite for this year’s race, TeaforThree, trained near Fishguard by Rebecca Curtis. Last year TeaforThree … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire Holds its Breath for TeaforThree
Russell Crowe, the Oscar winning Australian actor, has spoken of his love of Pembrokeshire having filmed Ridley Scott’s epic film “Robin Hood” here. He says he intends to return soon to spend some time surfing in West Pembrokeshire. Crowe spent some 5 weeks in Pembrokeshire … [Read more...] about Oscar Winning Actor’s Love for Pembrokeshire