June 2021 News Letter
It feels great to have blue skies again, the sun has been shining and beautiful long warm evenings are here again in our beautiful part of Pembrokeshire.
Many have taken advantage of our swimming pool, with bookable pool sessions has meant that many have been able to enjoy a swim every day. Such a treat after the year we have all had. It has also been great to see people enjoying the club again every Friday & Saturday evening seeing.
Many of us that have become so familiar with the area sometimes forget to enjoy everything that is on our door step. You are probably aware that Pembrokeshire is the only Coastal National Park in UK, boasting some of the most breath-taking scenery in Britain, full of endless golden beaches and miles of world-famous coastal paths.
For those that have not found our special part of the World yet, Pembrokeshire should be on everyone’s bucket list.
Spending time with your loved ones should never break the bank, so here is a couple of ideas of things to do in the area for free when you next stay.
Stackpole Nature Reserve
Pembrokeshire is home to so many wildlife species and Stackpole Nature Reserve is the perfect place to spot these. From Bosherton Lakes, famous for their elegant white waterlilies, to Stackpole Head, which has fabulous views of the coast, even a rainy-day won’t spoil the magic.
An impressive fact about stackpoles woodland is they are the home to 10% of the total Uk’s population of the Greater Horseshoe Bat, this is Britain’s rarest bat species. So if you enjoy exploring somewhere mostly untouched by the rest of the World, Stackpole Nature Reserve is the place to go for free.
RNLI Lifeboat Station, Tenby
Tenby is such a beautiful walled town, many of us are so familiar with everything it has to offer, with its colourful buildings overlooking the sea, it looks just like a scene out of a children’s book, however if you would fancy a more educational trip then why not visit the RNLI Lifeboat station? Stop at the public gallery to learn about the amazing work the RNLI do, you may even catch a launch of one of the lifeboats.
It really is a lovely experience for all ages, children are particularly fascinated by it, they learn a bit about keeping safe near the sea. don’t forget to take a photo for your album.