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20 May 2017: St Davids Walk and Bishop’s Palace

Event: ‘Pembrokeshire in May’ – A walk from St Davids to be led by Ian Bullock, RSPB in the morning and a guided visit to the Bishop’s Palace in the afternoon.

Details: A walk from St Davids out to Pen-dal-Aderyn (Treginnis) and round to the Lifeboat Station at St. Justinians (approximately 7 km). Those wanting to participate in the Bishop’s Palace visit in the afternoon may want to return to St Davids by the Coastal Shuttle bus, but others may wish to walk back to St Davids. Good sturdy footwear recommended.
After a self-arranged break for lunch in St Davids, we have arranged for a guided tour of the Bishop’s Palace commencing at 14:30 for about 1 hour.

Timings and Meeting Point: The walk will commence from Merrivale car park in lower St.Davids (Pit Street, SA62 6PX) at 09:30. The Shuttle leaves St Justinian’s at 12:15.
The Bishop’s Palace Tour starts at the entrance at 14:30.

Cost: You will need to pay at Merrivale car park and for the shuttle bus. The Bishop’s Palace tour is £4 at the door (Note, concessions for CAWR, English and Scottish Heritage members and over 60’s).

Lead Organiser: Ian Pattinson (telephone number: 01239 821631)

13 March 2017 – Talk: Cetacean strandings and marine environmental monitoring

A talk about Cetacean (whales, dolphins, and porpoise) strandings and marine environmental monitoring.

2:15 pm for tea and coffee, and the talk will commence at 2:30 pm.
Haverfordwest Leisure Centre, SA61 1QX

The talk will be given by Rod Penrose, the Strandings Co-ordinator for the Welsh coast for over 20 years. It will last approximately one hour with plenty of time for questions.

Further information about the work that Rod and his team conduct can be found at , and on Facebook: Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme.

On the day of the talk Rod will also hand out information leaflets. One quick word of warning: nearly all of his pictures are of dead animals, injuries and post-mortem examinations.

This is a free event but donations would be welcome to cover the costs of providing the event. There is a car park (St Thomas Green) adjacent to the Leisure Centre. Any questions to Ian Pattinson on 01239 821631.

Thursday, 16 February – walk with Hook History Society – 10.00am.

A walk led by Haydn Garlick – PCNPA Warden – (South Pembrokeshire) in the Hook area going down to the estuary and past the restoration work of the Lime Kilns carried out by The Friends.

Meet at 10am in the car park of Hook sports/cricket club ground (GR SM 978 114 ), Newton Road,SA62 4NB. The walk will be approximately 3 ½ – 4 miles, there may be quite wet conditions underfoot especially along the foreshore, so wellies might be a good option.

Hook History Society will be in attendance and the event will be followed by lunch at the Cottage Inn Llangwm – the menu will be emailed to Friends a couple of weeks before the walk, also available on the day, and orders will be taken when we meet at the car park – if you want to stay for lunch. Please do not phone orders through to event organiser Jane Mason beforehand, and no need to book your place.

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 – Talk on Garden Birds by Pembrokeshire Bird Club – Haverfordwest Leisure Centre

Talk on garden birds by Pembrokeshire bird club will be given at Haverfordwest Leisure Centre.  Starts at 19.15 hrs for coffee on arrival with the talk commencing at 19.30 hrs.  Possibly an early evening meal beforehand for those that would like. The Lead organiser for this event is Steve Drinkwater and anyone wishing to know more details about it should contact him on Tel: (01437) 710 009.