Whats on in Pembrokeshire: May
With spring in full swing and summer on the horizon, Pembrokeshire looks full steam ahead as it hosts a multitude of events and fun for all the family. Festivals and sporting events galore, there’s never been more reason to head down to the coastal west county this May bank holiday.
Fishguard Folk Festival
It won’t be just folk music fans at this heart-warming festival as the event offers a cultural mix of personalities for all to enjoy listening to. Held from the 23rd until the 26th May across a number of quaint locations around Fishguard, this festival includes concerts, Irish ceilidhs, workshops, singarounds, sessions and family events for those on holiday in Pembrokeshire cottages this bank holiday weekend.
For those who just can’t wait for a listen check out praised folk band The Young’Uns on YouTube who will be playing from noon on Monday the 26th May.
Welsh Spitfire Museum Open Day
The Welsh Spitfire Museum has been a popular attraction in Pembrokeshire for many years and now on the 18th May it is holding an Open Day fundraising event for families in the country to enjoy. From 10am until 4pm, a barbeque, airfield tours and falconry will all be part of the day’s events to entice a big crowd.
The Welsh Dragonboat Championship
The final event in the Pembrokeshire May calendar is one that the whole family is sure to enjoy, with the Welsh Dragonboat Championship on Sunday 25th May at Llys y Fran. Spectators and competitors alike revel in this fantastic water race held by the Narberth and Whitland Rotary Club in conjunction with Princes Gate Spring Water, Welsh Water and Race the Dragon. With plenty of extra activities put on throughout the day as well, it is one event that Tenby cottage families won’t want to miss.
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