West Wales Walks – Trefin (Trevine).

Trevine Beach, Pembrokeshire at low tide, Pembrokeshire

A rugged little cove.

Trefin is a village in the Welsh-speaking area of North Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales. It is sometimes given the anglicised spelling Trevine, particularly on older maps, although the official name is Trefin in both English and Welsh. Trefin’s name comes from the Welsh Trefaen meaning ‘village on the rock outcrop’. 

Map of Trefin walk  Click here to get a Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath map of this area.

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The Year of the Horse

White Mare and Blue Eyed Pony

The Web of Life “The world is an intricately interwoven web of infinite relations. When we apply this worldview to matter and to all living things, including people, we can … Read more…

Dawn Walk for Macmillan

Macmillan Dawn Walk 2016

Rise to the Challenge and raise funds for Charity

Major cancer support charity Macmillan is appealing for people throughout Pembrokeshire to take part in the charity’s annual Dawn Walk fundraiser.

Macmillan would like people to take part by walking either the full or half marathon or the family walk from the Oriel Y Parc Centre, St. David’s, Pembrokeshire, to help support those in the community whose lives are affected by cancer.

Pembrokeshire Dawn Walk will take place on Sunday May 15th with the full marathon commencing at 6:00am, the half marathon at 9:30am and 4 mile family walk at 11:00am. The registration fee is adults £10 and under 18 £5. T-shirts to commemorate the event and water will be supplied free of charge.

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Pembrokeshire music – Heartlands

Heartlands music by Pembrokeshire composer Stephen Rees

Introducing the music of Pembrokeshire composer and pianist Stephen Rees.

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Beautiful, lyrical, haunting, cinematic, sometimes passionate, often introspective, with minimalist and Celtic influences featuring piano, cello, strings and other guest instruments. – Reference to the work of Pembrokeshire composer Stephen Rees

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Wild Horses of Dinas Head

Farewell from wild horse

Pembrokeshire photographer, Jenny Rees, begins her series of posts following the wild horses of Dinas Head. Year of the Horse I have never considered myself to be a ‘horse’ person. … Read more…

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