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Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire has reported its most successful year since launching three years ago and is on target for further sustained growth during 2012. Throughout key periods during 2011 the five star all-weather resort recorded 100 per cent occupancy with 65,393 guests staying during the year - up 27% on 2010.
Young people from Pembrokeshire have been given the chance to realise their potential and consider a career in hospitality as part of Bluestone National Park Resort’s latest work with the Prince’s Trust charity.
Nearly 100 years to the day that Captain Robert Scott and his party of adventurers reached the South Pole on their ill-fated expedition, Welsh businessman and entrepreneur, William McNamara OBE, is to make an attempt on the Pole.
Wales’ first Diamond Wood, a project to create 60 woodlands throughout the UK celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, is being planted at Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire.
Just as the resort enters its third autumn season and is on course for a record Christmas period, Commercial Director, Pamela Joseph, said more guests from London, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and the Midlands are being attracted to Pembrokeshire for the first time.
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