The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust was launched in June 2019 at Strumble Head lighthouse. Since the launch, the Trust has raised over £30,000 for projects in the National Park and cyclists could help too and gain a free entry to next year’s Tour of Pembrokeshire if they raise a minimum of £150.

The aims of the Trust are to promote, conserve and protect the environment, educate people about the special qualities and benefits of nature and the outdoors.  It is committed to supporting the vital projects delivered by specialists and it is informed by the National Park Management Plan, local communities as well as environmental and heritage experts.

One of the Trust’s campaigns; Make More Meadows, was developed from the shocking UK conservation statistic, that 95% of wildflower meadows in the past 75 years have been lost, leaving fewer special places for flowers, bees and other wildlife to grow, live and thrive.  To help change this before it’s too late please contact Jess Morgan via the details below and claim your free place at next years Tour of Pembrokeshire!

Over £2,000 has already been raised towards the £10,000 needed. The money you could raise will enable the Trust to help protect and restore existing established meadows and to work with landowners to create new ones.

The Pembrokeshire National Park Trust will also accept funds from sources including trusts and foundations, corporate sponsorship, individual donations and legacies. If you would like to learn more about the Trust and the projects it is aiming to fund and make a donation please visit: or text ‘MOREMEADOWS’ to 70085 to donate £5 to the appeal.

For additional information and to gain your free place at next year’s Tour of Pembrokeshire please contact; Jess Morgan on 01646 624808 or

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust is registered with the Fundraising Regulator
and its registered charity number is 1179281.