Jun 8, 2020
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is split into four parts, each one with its own quirks and qualities and although nowhere in the National Park is more than ten miles from the sea, there’s far more to explore than you may think. The coastline is backed by hills, estuaries, valleys and woodlands that allow you to discover something different.
The Park Rangers are the face of the National Park Authority. They have an intimate knowledge of the areas that they are linked to and can help both locals and visitors to appreciate the natural beauty of the National Park.
Libby Taylor is the Ranger Service Manager at the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and she talks about the role of a Park Ranger and the effect of lockdown on the National Park.
You can volunteer with PCNPA: https://www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/get-involved/volunteering/
from the DATRIS Project supported by the National Lottery Community Fund