What’s on in Pembrokeshire: July 2015
With summer now in full swing, there’s never been a better time to head off to South Wales for a cottage break in Pembrokeshire. As well as the fine weather to make the most of, there’s also a multitude of family-friendly events waiting to be explored; here are just some of the best to pencil into your diary.
Pembroke RFC Carnival
Keen to get into the party spirit? Pembroke RFC Carnival offers the perfect event. Being held on 11 July and starting from The Commons at 11am, this fantastic annual event offers great fun for all ages. Live music from local DJ Steve Briars and a five-a-side football competition are just some of the events pencilled in.
The defining feature of the event is, of course, the carnival, providing a vibrant procession of happiness to all as they make their way through the streets. A stone’s throw away for those enjoying family holidays in Saundersfoot, it’s an event not to be missed!
Fishguard International Music Festival
If you’re looking to enjoy a wide variety of live music during your trip to South Wales, the Fishguard International Music Festival promises not to disappoint. The 2015 instalment looks to be the biggest and best yet, with 19 concerts being performed in numerous venues across the coastal town between 20 and 30 July. As tickets are available from as little as £1, it also provides a great cost-effective day out for the whole family. Those interested can learn more by visiting the official website.
Tenby 10k 2015
Running might be the last thing you would want to arrange during a relaxing break away, but if you do, the Tenby 10k presents the perfect challenge for all abilities. A pleasant 6.2-mile route which starts and finishes in the Town’s Tudor Square, it’s the perfect way to kickstart your fitness routine after all that extra eating on your holiday. Visit the official website to get your name on the starting grid.
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