Visit Pembrokeshire How will you be exploring #Pembrokeshire's epic shores in this our Year of the Sea? I can't wait to try paddleboarding; to explore the hidden caves & see our coastline from the water - that's if I can stand up on it! >>http://bit.ly/LetsTryPaddleboarding
Amazing, hope you don’t mind me sharing it!!❤️Lucky with a small window in the clouds this evening from south beach - tonight's super blue blood moon rising over St.Catherine's Fort ... See MoreSee Less
Where are the most beautiful places to live in the UK this autumn? From seaside towns to hidden villages, we have scoured the country to find the prettiest locations. Some are bustling centres, and ot...
Well done to all involved!!Thank you to all our supporting businesses who make this Trick or Treat Trail so popular. None of this is possible without the generosity for all our local businesses. Sponsored by Fourcroft Hotel, Tenby, Pembrokeshire.
The Imperial Hotel - Tenby Lollies Traditional Sweet Shop The Nook Tenby Ltd The Cranny Tenby The Cove Tenby Dales Music Store The Jazz Sweetshop TOP JOES D. Fecci & Sons SandBar County Clothes Clarice Toy Shop, Tenby Qube Catering Jago Tenby Narberth ... See MoreSee Less
....just had to share this with the world!!😘Happy Friday everyone! 🎉
What an amazing sunrise there was in Tenby this morning! This was the view from above St. Julian's Street first thing this morning. 😍 Love this place! 👌
If you find yourself in Tenby during the half term holidays, why not pop along to the @nookandcrannytenby and check out our prints and canvases. You can find them further down St. Julian's Street, near the harbour. ... See MoreSee Less
Tenby Lifeboats RNLI At 9.20am on Saturday 21st October, during storm Brian, Tenby’s RNLI all-weather lifeboat Haydn Miller was launched following a report that somebody had been washed off the rocks by the large swell at Skrinkle. The volunteer crew made best speed to Skrinkle through huge seas, whilst being buffeted by 65mph gusts. Once on scene, the lifeboat got as close as was safely possible in the huge swell and began to perform a search between Skrinkle and Lydstep, whilst Coastguard teams searched from the cliffs above and Coastguard Rescue Helicopter 187 search from the air. As the search continued, the Coastguard received a call from someone claiming to be the person that had been on the rocks. Once this was confirmed, and that the person was safe and well, all units were stood down.