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Drones over Pembrokeshire

Unmanned aerial drones have a bad reputation, but in the right hands and with careful oversight the technology can be used to gain new and stunning insights into our surroundings.  We want people to be inspired by the special places in our care, and so the Trust have commissioned a Denbigh company, Vizworx to undertake some aerial filming around the Welsh coast … Continue reading

Adapting to a changing coast at Abereiddi

By Nicky Middleton-Jones, Ranger North Pembrokeshire   This past winter’s combination of storm force winds, extreme high tides and floodwater coming downstream has had a major impact on our Pembrokeshire coastline.  We own around 20% of the land at Abereiddi above the mean high water mark north of the stream, including the remains of the … Continue reading