Pembrokeshire: What’s on in June? – Celtic Haven28th April 2018
Check out what’s on in Pembrokeshire this June
While many people come to Pembrokeshire to explore the beautiful nature available on our resort’s doorstep, lots of our guests also like to know about what’s on in Pembrokeshire’s communities, too.
From beach trips, to nature, gigs and street food events – there’s plenty to be doing in the upcoming month of June.
With that in mind, we lift the lid on a host of exciting Pembrokeshire events that will be taking place over the month of June – here’s what’s on!
Explore the Seashore, Caerfai Bay Beach – Friday 1st June
Perfect for kids – here’s a wonderful opportunity to explore the world of rock pools and sea creatures under the guidance of a National Park Ranger.
I’m sure we’ve all spent hours idly exploring these unique habitats as children and this represents the perfect opportunity to introduce such a great past time to the next generation, under expert supervision.
If you’re interested in taking your child along then please be advised that they must be accompanied by an adult – you can book this event by visiting their website here.
Colby explorer trail, Colby Woodland Garden – Friday 1st until Sunday 3rd June
Go on an expedition at the beautiful Colby Garden and tackle their explorer trail. Take part in this great quest as you trek through the woodlands and wildflower meadow in search of their resident wildlife – those that complete the trail will be rewarded with a victory prize!
Booking for the event isn’t needed and children are also welcome along. Dogs on leads are also welcome to the event, for any of our guests that intend on bringing their pets to the resort.
This National Trust event takes place between 10:00-16:00, with normal admission charges applicable.
If you’re interested in this event then you can find the Colby Woodland Garden near Amroth – visit their site here for more details.
Medieval Maze, Carew Castle – Sunday 3rd June
Carew Castle is very much a maze in its own right but their team have gone out of the way to turn the rooms, hallways and staircases into a course full of clues that competitors must discover and answer as they look to claim a reward!
The event is targeted towards children, with admission being £1 per child plus their normal admission cost and could be a great way to spend a couple of hours.
Find out more here!
Pembrokeshire Classic Car Show, Scolton Manor – Sunday 3rd June
The third is by far and away the busiest day when it comes to activities in Pembrokeshire this June, so let’s all hope for some good weather!
If classic cars are your lot then this is the activity for you, as you’ll get to take in a myriad of beautiful old vehicles that have been lovingly maintained and waxed to within an inch of their lives.
Check the event page here, for more information!
Open Garden, Picton Castle & Gardens – Sunday 10th June
Picton Castle is home to over 40 acres of woodland gardens that bustle with endless collections of beautiful flowering plants, including rhododendrons and azaleas that have been bred over decades.
This wonderful event gives you the opportunity to explore these wonderful premises (from 10am until 5pm), with admissions available from £7 and children’s entry available from £4. Light refreshments will be available, with visitors able to lunch at Maria’s Courtyard Restaurant.
Though on the other side of the bridge, the beautiful premises of Picton Castle are well worth checking out when you visit the resort.
Here‘s their site, for more information!
Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival, Tenby – Friday 15th June until Sunday 17th June
Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival will return to Tenby for a glorious weekend of fantastic fresh food and delicious drinks!
Expect a bedrock of great smells, tastes and fun across the weekend that are even bigger and better than last year’s highly successful event.
The festival offers an outstanding array of different food, from fresh stone-baked pizza to gooey gourmet Mac ’n’ Cheese, to sugary doughy Churros, to crispy Arancini balls.
If you want to go and enjoy a range of mouth-watering food from all over the world then you can check out their site here!
Span Jazz, Narberth – Sunday 17th June
Here’s your chance to enjoy the clarinet led jazz stylings of the ensemble Afternoon in Paris.
So popular was their last show that Spanjazz had them return for more, so expect a show-stopping performance!
Narberth is under half an hour’s drive from the resort so a night of smooth jazz is right at your finger tips!
Music starts at 8pm at The Dingle Club. Learn more here!
Hidden History Tour, Carew Castle – Wednesday 20th June
If history is one of your interests then this in-depth guided tour of the castle and grounds is a must do this June.
Explore the hidden history and archaeology of the site from Iron Age through to Elizabethan splendour, the tour takes place from 14:30 to 16:30 with normal admission prices applicable.
Visit the Carew Castle site to find out about their activities!
Charity Abseil at Pembroke Castle, Pembroke – Saturday 23rd June
If you’re feeling brave then you could incorporate the opportunity to abseil at Pembroke Castle into your itinerary for a break away!
This could be a great chance to create some memories as you raise some money for charity by abseiling down the Great Keep – participation is £12 each and you’ll need to raise a minimum of £20 for any chosen charity.
The event’s open to anybody, including children from age six and up, and fancy dress is encouraged, too!
You can find out more by visiting their site!