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Wednesday 18th May, Conservation in action in Pembroke. Conserving the millpond presentation and guided walk – Power Club, Main Street Pembroke 6pm

John Hayes is going to lead an interesting evening in Pembroke with firstly a short presentation about the millponds ecosystems and the setting up of the millpond action group and management of it.  John will then lead us on a walk around the millpond. We will then finish up with a meal at Williams in Main Street at about 7.30pm. Full Details to be posted in due course.
Reservations to be made with Jane Mason 07796 331743

 

 

Saturday, April 23rd 2016, 10.15am , Llwyngwair Manor – AGM & Awards for Literary Competition and Special Castell Henllys Visit.

The Friends AGM will be held at Llwyngwair Manor.  At 10.15am. the prizes and awards for the Children’s Literary Competition will be presented with the AGM immediately following at 11.00 a.m.  Full details of the calling notice and Agenda for the AGM can be seen here.

Buffet lunch at Llwyngwair Manor will be followed by a guided visit around Castell Henllys. Tea and cakes will be served at the end of the tour.  A lovely day to catch up with what is going on in the Friends and meet everyone again.

Please attend from 10.15am if you can as it is always good to show our support for the Children who have taken the trouble to enter our literary competition about the National Park.

Please confirm your attendance and let our Treasurer Howard Williams know if you will be attending and would like lunch.  For full contact details, please click on the Calling Notice and Agenda.

Wednesday March 16th, 2016 –7.00 p.m. Oriel y Parc, St. David’s – Impact of Tourism and leisure activities on the National Park and Looking to the Future.

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.

 

 

 

Thursday, 11 February, 2016 – 7.00 p.m. – Uzmaston Village Hall – A talk by Anna Sutcliffe ( A past warden of Skomer Island)

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.