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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39 Steps Theatre Manorbier Castle

39 Steps Open Air Theatre at Manorbier Castle

By Megan Tapper

Red Herring Theatre in association with Span Arts presents classic wartime comedy, “The 39 Steps” at Manorbier Castle between the 11th and 16th August 2014 at 7: 30pm. Read More

Saundersfoot aerial view

Family Fun Day Out at Saundersfoot Beach

By Simon Morris

Read about a fun day out at the beach from our Commercial Manager, Simon Morris, who visited the seaside town of Saundersfoot with his two little girls. Read More

Theatre mask

Pembrokeshire Theatre and Cinema

By Kerry Curson

We are very lucky our local Cinema The Torch also doubles up as a theatre so you can enjoy the latest blockbuster, live Opera beamed in from the world renowned Royal Opera House and the Met Opera in New York. Read More

Men walking Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Top 10 Reasons To Love Pembrokeshire This Summer

By Kerry Curson

There are so many reasons to love the coastal county of Pembrokeshire but to keep this blog short and sweet (kind of) we have narrowed it down to the top ten reasons that make Pembrokeshire a must on your summer bucket list. Read More

Lilly May with white rose

Lilly May Marks Start Of Midsummer St Johns Day

By Megan Tapper

When William McNamara acquired the land on which Bluestone National Park Resort is built, it included the deeds to the remains of a 12th century stone building, Newton North Church. Read More

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