National Park Ranger, Ian Meopham will discuss the conflicts on our beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with particular reference to North Pembrokeshire. “Working together to ensure a sustainable future for adventures in Pembrokeshire”
Paul Renfro from The Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum will also outline the viewpoint from the Coastal Forum and highlight how the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter Group works with stakeholders to ensure the amazing recreational and leisure opportunities in Pembrokeshire are here for years to come. Paul will touch on what the group has accomplished and what they are currently working towards.
If you want to learn more about how we can manage and take care of these issues then we look forward to welcoming you to the discussion.
Anna Sutcliffe who, together with her husband, was a past warden of Skomer Island will give a wonderful insight into the varied wildlife around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
On completion of Anna’s talk, Ian Pattinson & Edward Holdaway will make themselves available for a few minutes to take any questions about the Friends’ on going Strategy.
Sunday, 13th December – The Friends’ Annual Christmas Tea Party at St. Brides Castle followed by Carol Service at St. Bridget’s Church – Preceded by a Guided walk around St. Brides led by Steve Drinkwater.
All members, their families and friends are invited to join in with all or some of the Friend’s Christmas Festivities in beautiful St Brides once again this December.
2.15 pm Guided walk around St Brides: the guided walk for those that wish will start at 2.15 p.m. Please congregate at the front entrance of St Bride’s Castle and ensure you bring suitable protective clothing depending on the weather.
3.30 p.m. The Friends’ Christmas Tea Party: served in the stately library of St. Bride’s Castle with its superb views over St Bride’s Bay (at the kind invitation of the Holiday Property Bond).
5.00 p.m. The Friends’ Carol Service at St. Bridget’s Church, St Brides: A series of Carols and Readings, lasting approx. 40 minutes in the lovely surroundings of this 14th Century Church.
Small plates of savouries or cakes and a few volunteers to help serve the tea would be most welcome for the tea party. Also any volunteers for the readings – please contact John or Caroline Potter on 01646 636341 or e-mail: email@example.com
There is ample free & disabled parking and there is no need to book. Entry is free but there will be a collection plate at the door of the Church after the Service for those who would like to make a contribution to the Church Funds.