There are an amazing variety of gardens to enjoy in Pembrokeshire, from formal rose to woodland glades. There is a useful list of suggestions for the gardens here.
Artists and craftspeople gravitate to this part of south-west Wales, attracted by the seascapes, quality of light and that special Celtic magic that comes with the territory. There is an excellent web site here to find a good selection of things to do.
WITH many of Pembrokeshire’s popular folk gatherings back in session, musicians across the county are enjoying the chance to make music again. The weekly Tuesday Royal Oak session in Fishguard, and less frequent Sunday sessions at the Trewern Arms (Nevern), Tafarn Sinc (Rosebush) and Pembrokeshire Pickers (Druidstone) are all up and running again.
Fairport Convention will be playing at the Torch Theatre on May 27, 2022. There are also many other things to do and see at the Cinema and Theatre, see www.torchtheatre.co.uk
Get Ready for Ironman Wales 1500 of the fittest athletes from around the world are making their way to Pembrokeshire this weekend to take part in Ironman Wales on Sunday 11th September. Joining them will be 150 local men and women, who have been training since Christmas to take part in this legendary event. When […]
The Fishguard Folk Festival is running again in 2022. This year’s dates are Friday 27th – Sunday 29th May. Held over 3 days, there are nearly 40 free concerts, comprising concerts, ceilidhs, workshops, singarounds, sessions and family events. Fishguard is easy to get to and is about a half hour’s drive from 9 Timber Hill. […]
Five Days Packed with Jazz & Blues Playing! Why not head to Fishguard with your dancing shoes! The Jazz n Blues Festival is happening this year in Pembrokeshire. The Event is taking place set in the stunning setting of North Pembrokeshire centered around Fishguard. Around 40 Bands at 17 venues with high quality music & […]
Running from Saturday 22nd June to Sunday 30th June, the week long festival has events for people of all ages across the county of Pembrokeshire, celebrating the county’s superb fish and shellfish, the spectacular coastline, and maritime heritage. The festival attracts visitors from across Britain, Europe and beyond and is enjoyed by families and foodies […]
In Pembrokeshire, you can time travel back to a prehistoric age at Castell Henllys Iron Age fort, where you can dress up as a Celtic warrior, war paint and all, then ambush a rival tribe or learn to wield a sword like a medieval knight at Pembroke or Carew castle. For a list of suggested places to go, click […]
The Museum of Internal Fire It is located near Tanygroes, which is north of Cardigan on the main road to Aberyswyth. It has an amazing collection of working diesel engines as well as steam engines, marine engines, radio equipment etc. Of special note is the oldest working diesel engine in the UK, which still runs. […]