Sea Watch Foundation is a national marine environmental charity working to improve the conservation of whales, dolphins and porpoises in the seas around Britain and Ireland.
Sea Watch Foundation, through its continuous programme of research and monitoring, provides invaluable information on changes to the status and distribution of cetacean populations and the condition of their habitats. This is used to raise awareness of any issues and prompt environmental change to help conserve and protect these mysterious creatures.
The Tour of Pembrokeshire is centred at Crug Glas Country House Hotel near St Davids (SA62 6XX. 01348 831302. Crug-glas.co.uk) and takes place just after the Spring Classics over two days on the 19th and 20th May 2018. It is established as a must-do event for sportive riders from the UK and the near continent and it is twinned with the Tour of Brittany Sportive; Tro Bro Leon.
Day one, Saturday 19th May will have 25, 50, 75 and The Paul Ties 100 mile routes. Day one and two (Sunday 20th May) will be adventure days with the chance for riders, their family and friends to enjoy wildlife trips with Falcon Boats and or activities with Preseli Venture. Please check out the ‘Things to do’ page on this website, you can book as you make your entry or by emailing us.
The Tour really encapsulates all that’s great about cycling; endless quiet country roads, breath-taking coastal scenery, challenging climbs, swooping descents and feed-stations with a magical atmosphere that showcase local produce.
The Bug Farm is a visitor attraction and scientific research centre all about invertebrates (bugs)! Based on a 100 acre working farm, The Bug Farm is run by Welsh entomologist, farmer and TV presenter Dr Sarah Beynon. This unique, award-winning attraction is a haven for flora and fauna and perfect for a day out with family or friends.
There is a Tropical Bug Zoo and a Bug Museum and ‘Up Close’ sessions run though the day, a beautiful Walled Garden and guided Bug Hunts run through the summer season. Visitors can explore the award-winning wildflower meadows, ponds and mini farming plots learning how we can produce food and look after our planet at the same time.
If you are hungry you can indulge yourself at Grub Kitchen; ‘the UK’s first edible insect cafe and restaurant’, run by top, local chef Andy Holcroft. Insects are always on the menu, although there are plenty of ‘non buggy’ dishes and a great kids menu too! Local, sustainable produce is used to create delicious, beautiful and innovative dishes that demonstrate how you can eat more sustainably now, and for the future.
Located in the heart of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its stunning beaches and coastal landscape, Newgale Lodge offers a high quality visitor experience for groups, clubs and businesses as well as couples, families and friends. Our secluded location surrounded by countryside with no near neighbours makes our lodges and cottage the ideal Pembrokeshire retreat.
Composed of two barns and a farmhouse lovingly renovated into modern and comfortable accommodation. The 1.7 acre site also boasts a games room, fire pit, pizza oven and high ropes course.
St Davids Wellbeing is a new, dedicated centre in the heart of St Davids which supports individual and community well-being on all levels. We offer the community and visitors to Pembrokeshire a dedicated space to experience vibrant health and well-being in body, mind and spirit. We have a light, airy studio for group work such as yoga, Pilates and meditation, private rooms for complementary therapies, alternative medicine and counselling and a large kitchen for cookery and nutrition.