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What's On in Pembrokeshire: February

Pembrokeshire looks to welcome February with a fantastic programme of cultural events for its local residents and visitors to enjoy, from film festivals to jazz music, with the region showing that the winter is still a great time to visit. So, escape the wild weather with a few of the entertaining events being held this month.

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How to keep the kids entertained in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire’s stunning scenery and outdoor activities make it the ideal holiday destination for staycations in the UK and while this may be common knowledge among adults, the kids can often take a little convincing.When coastal walks and bike rides grow tiresome for the little ones, there are still a whole host of activities and days out for the whole family to enjoy that truly make a Pembrokeshire holiday one to remember. From fun on Folly Farm to thrills and spills at Pembrokeshire theme parks, they’ll soon be asking when they can return to Wales’ most loved county.

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Wales experiences increase in UK visitors

2013 is being celebrated as a fantastic year for holidays in Wales, with recent figures showing a considerable rise in visitor numbers and overall spend. Heralded as great news for the Welsh tourism industry by the Economy Minister Edwina Hart, results from the Great Britain Tourism Survey revealed that visitors to Wales from other parts of the UK increased by eight per cent compared to 2012, outlining the incredible popularity of cottage holidays in Saundersfoot, Tenby and other areas of the country.

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Developers to appeal over St Catherine's Island decision

It has been reported that developers behind a plan to transform the iconic St Catherine’s Island into a tourist attraction are to make an appeal to resurrect the project, with their claim to be heard by the Planning Inspectorate next month. A sizeable project which would offer a completely new attraction for those enjoying their cottage holidays in Tenby in future, the plan was to transform the disused island fort into a new visitor centre which could be accessed via two boat landings and a fort entrance bridge.

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Griff Rhys Jones comes to Pembrokeshire

As part of his new television series, A Great Welsh Adventure with Griff Rhys Jones, the famed presenter is visiting Pembrokeshire in episode three. Airing at 8pm on Monday 20th January on ITV1, Jones will take to the Pembrokeshire landscape and explore what has made the beautiful county what it is today.

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Success for Pembrokeshire tourism in 2013

An end of year survey has shown that tourism firms based in Pembrokeshire had a successful year in 2013. At the end of every year the trade association of Pembrokeshire, which supports local tourism businesses such as luxury Pembrokeshire cottages, sends out a questionnaire to its members in a bid to get a picture of the overall performance of the holiday sector over the past year.

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Whats On in Pembrokeshire: January

With the New Year well and truly welcomed, Pembrokeshire puts on a program of events to satisfy every taste. From the nostalgic not yet ready to let go of the festive period to Scottish poetry fans gearing up for Burns Night, the Welsh coast has everything you need.

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A guide to walks in Pembrokeshire

The idyllic setting of the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire has long been hailed as a picturesque haven of nature and environment, and though there are many activity sites and things to do in this modern age, there is still no better way of seeing the wonderful sights this county has to offer than by walking.

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Pembrokeshire sports company named best in Wales

Pembrokeshire has been recognised for its extreme sports, as a small local company has been named as offering the Best Visitor Experience in Wales by the National Tourism Awards for Wales. The accolade comes as no small feat considering Wales’ and Pembrokeshire’s great number of popular visitor attractions, but the Coasteering company Celtic Quest Coasteering beat hundreds of rivals to the top spot.

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