The Bluestone Blog

We have lots of wonderful people working here at Bluestone – you may already have met them or read about them.

Well, we’re giving them chance to tell you what’s going on here at Bluestone and around us in Pembrokeshire, or what they find interesting at the moment. There’ll be nature updates from Rob Parry from the Wildlife Trusts, who will tell you more about the local birds and beasts, and Martin and Phil might share a few gardening tips, while Terry gives us something to think about with his fascinating insights into local history. Check back when you can and catch up with what’s going on in Bluestone. It’s almost as good as being here.

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Bluestone Starts Planting First Diamond Wood

The Diamond Wood project is part of a Woodland Trust initative to plant 60 woodlands throughout the UK to mark the royal occasion. Bluestone has started planting 35,000 trees at our 500 acre countryside estate. Read More

BITC Award Bluestone With Big Tick For Wales

Here at Bluestone National Park Resort we’re very much committed to responsible business practices, sustainability and the environment. Last night (Thursday, 16th June) we were rewarded with our efforts to date with a ‘Bick Tick’ award from Business in the Community (BITC) Wales during a ceremony in Cardiff.
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Bluestone Wins National BITC Award For Excellence

Pembrokeshire’s Bluestone National Park Resort has scooped a top UK award and become an ‘Example of Excellence’ in the Business in the Community’s(BITC)annual responsible business awards, the 2011 Awards for Excellence.
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Bluestone Scoops Wales Environment Award

At the Business in the Community 2010 awards held in Cardiff this week, Bluestone CEO William McNamara was presented with the Wales Environment Award.
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History of The Month of June

St John’s Eve falls on 24 June and, as our ancestors were well aware, St John’s Eve is one of the three spirit nights of the year, known in Wales as y tair ysbrydnos, when spirits roamed abroad in the hours of darkness. The other nights were May Day Eve and Halloween.
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