5 Family Friendly Winter Days out in Pembrokeshire

February 13, 2017
by Ickle Pickle
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5 Family Friendly Winter Days out in Pembrokeshire

We are so lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world in West Wales. We just love exploring our county, and as we welcome thousands of visitors every year, we thought we would share with you 5 Family … Continue reading

September 8, 2016
by Ickle Pickle
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Win a Family Ticket to Folly Farm, Pembrokeshire

You probably know that one of our favourite places to visit is Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire. I have been visiting since I was two weeks old, and Mummy has been visiting for twenty years, since my biggest sister was born. … Continue reading

July 11, 2016
by Ickle Pickle
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Oakwood Theme Park, Pembrokeshire

We have our very own theme park, here in Pembrokeshire – Oakwood Theme Park. The only theme park in Wales, and it is only a few miles from us, sitting right next to the Bluestone National Park Resort. I have been a … Continue reading

May 7, 2016
by Ickle Pickle
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Summer at Folly Farm, Pembrokeshire

If you are a regular reader, you will know that one of our most favourite places to visit is Folly Farm, Pembrokeshire. It is a brilliant day out, with something for everyone and we visit many times a year. We … Continue reading

April 17, 2015
by Ickle Pickle
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The Dinosaur Park, Tenby

As part of our Easter Holiday fun, we were invited to review The Dinosaur Park, Tenby. It is a couple of miles outside Tenby, on the B4318 to Carew. Mummy and the others (big bro, 12 and big sisters 15 … Continue reading

February 5, 2015
by Ickle Pickle
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Child Friendly Half Term in Pembrokeshire

February Half Term is almost here – can you believe it! I LOVE school holidays because we are all together. No school runs, very early mornings or rushing around. We have put together some great ideas for a child friendly … Continue reading

June 14, 2014
by Ickle Pickle
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Stackpole Estate

Stackpole Estate, part of The National Trust. This place never fails to surprise us. Mummy first discovered it a few weeks ago, although it has been  there forever, and Mummy has lived here for nearly 40 years! I have already … Continue reading