If you like walks that include wild woodland and unspoilt beaches then make your way to this remote corner of north Pembrokeshire to discover an enchanting and little-known gem.
Our first submission comes from accomplished local Sci-Fi and Fantasy author, Clive Ousley, reading a short story called, ‘Pull the Curtains’.
The word raptor comes from a Latin word, rapere, meaning “to seize, snatch, tear away; to plunder a place”. It is a general term used to cover all birds of prey.
The wild open skies and the unspoilt lands below provide an ideal habitat for birds of prey and it is a common sight to see them soaring and swooping above us. On any road trip along the lanes and byways of our county you will spot buzzards on the telegraph poles and gateposts and, away from the roads, kestrel can often be spotted along fields and woodland edges. Yet more spectacular and awe-inspiring is to spot a red kite high above you and to marvel at its grace and beauty.
Poetry in Pembrokeshire is thriving. And so, too, is the writing scene in general. Here we feature two authors definitely worth sharing.
We warmly welcome Suzy Holligan, not just to Poetry Station but also to Pembrokeshire.
As the main Political Party Conferences line up for our attention later this month and next, we’ll no doubt hear more of the aftermath of BREXIT and clarification on the way forward.
With that in mind we dare to reflect back on the referendum with Suzy’s poem:
Subscribers draw on 1st October – winner will receive a collection of these beautiful greetings cards.
Enter your email address below. Anna’s work will also be available in our shop… coming soon.
Here’s a slideshow sample of card images:
And some sweet alternatives. If you’re quick you should just about have enough time left to harvest the last of the blackberries from our hedgerows this season. We’ve been feasting … Read more…
The Pembrokeshire Life Online team were delighted to be welcomed by the BBC, to bring you behind the scenes at the only Antiques Roadshow broadcast from Wales, this series.
“Her paintings make wonderful gifts, add some magic at home and capture the hearts and minds of anyone at a glance.” Anna Rowlands sits at her work table, brush in … Read more…
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