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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Back to school picture (Poppy)

Back to School

By Megan Tapper

It’s that time of year again – another fantastic summer is slowly drawing to a close. The nights are drawing in and the prospect of autumn is looming. We’re all hoping for a long Indian summer with warm days that last into September so we can keep our coats firmly at the back of the wardrobe. Back to school nostalgia that will never leave your memory even in adulthood which is why we love this time of year. Read More

st davids day daffodil at bluestone

Wear your daff with pride and chew on your leek

It’s not often you’ll see daffodils and leeks as the latest fashion accessory, but on Saturday, 1st March you’ll look rather odd if you’re not wearing your daff or chewing on your leek. Read More

St Nons statue

Pembrokeshire Secrets

Pembrokeshire, in case you weren’t aware, has many secret and amazing locations so ahead of St Davids day on the 1st of March we thought we would make it relevant. Read More

Caldey Island coast

5 Pembrokeshire Places To Pop The Question

The feeling of love is in the air but where would you want to pop the big question in Pembrokeshire. After much debate we give you the top 5 Pembrokeshire places to pop the question. Read More

St Govan's Chapel

Pembrokeshire Secrets St Govans Chapel

Saint Govan was a hermit who lived in the area. The chapel named after him was built in the fissure in the 14th century on what is now known as St Govan's Head. Approx 40 minutes from Bluestone National Park Resort. Read More

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