Full details of events in the next month or so are listed below, but if you want to see what is planned for the coming year, look at our Event Programme Summary.
Friends are reminded that if they take part in any Friends’ Event, they do so at their own risk and that FPCNP cannot accept any responsibility for any loss, damage or injury, howsoever caused. Please read this important information about how our walks are graded and assessed for risk.
Booking is required for some events and numbers attending may be limited, so please book early, and if you then cannot attend, remember to cancel by phoning the relevant event leader.
Non-members are welcome to attend our events, we of course hope they will enjoy making new friendships with like-minded people and become members.
Dogs are not usually allowed on events, unless specifically indicated as dogs welcome.
If you have any questions about a particular event, please contact the appropriate leader for that event. Contact our Event Co-ordinator, Ian Pattinson (via the Contact page) for further general information or suggestions for future events.
Fresh from her annual October trip to Grassholm to free the birds caught up in fishing nets and assess the health of the bird colonies, Lisa Morgan, the RSPB Warden for Ramsey and Grassholm Islands, will entertain us with a fascinating, first-hand account, of how both islands have fared this year.
As the Ramsey and Grassholm warden, Lisa’s job is really varied but ultimately, she is responsible for the day to day running of the island. With help from contractors and volunteers she implements the habitat management plan on the reserve to ensure the habitats are suitable for the wildlife that depend on them. And she also ensures the estate infrastructure such as paths, fences, hides etc. are safe and well maintained.
During the spring she carries out breeding bird surveys and monitors the bird population. But it’s not all birds, she gets involved in lambing!!
Location: Haverfordwest Leisure Centre Function Room, St Thomas Green SA61 1QX. Parking at St Thomas Green.
Photo accredited to Ian Chambers