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Celtic Camping:

Celtic Camping near St Davids in Pembrokeshire offers comfortable bunkhouse accommodation for families and groups combined with a spacious, peaceful campsite with beautiful surroundings.

Charles Darwin Foundation:

The Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands (CDF) is an international not-for-profit organization that provides scientific research and technical information and assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galapagos Islands.

Countryside Council for Wales:

The Countryside Council for Wales is the Government’s statutory advisor on sustaining natural beauty, wildlife and the opportunity for outdoor enjoyment in Wales and its inshore waters.

Creative Conservation:

Creative Conservation was the idea of film maker Kirsten Hintner who has always had a huge passion for animal welfare, wildlife and conservation.  She decided to try and make a difference by using her creative and media skills.

Dark Sky Wales:

Dark Sky Wales is a team of enthusiastic educators and astronomers.  Their range of exciting workshops and strong industrial partnerships enforce one simple aim: to inspire young minds.

DragonLNG:

DragonLNG are our main sponsors and they have been supporting us for 9 years so far.   DragonLNG is a Liquefied Natural Gas import terminal at Waterston, Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire.  They are able to store and regasify LNG a vital source of clean and reliable energy for the UK

Guided walks North Pembrokeshire Coast:

Learn marine mammal survey techniques, experience coastal ecology and management and contribute to monitoring or conservation projects.

Horizon Promotional Products:

Horizon Promotional Products specialises in the supply of printed lighters, pens, keyrings, diaries, ashtrays, drink mats, rulers, calculators, fridge magnets, tax disc holders, business cards, membership cards etc. direct to individual businesses, or to agents for resale.

Jo Sarsby:

Jo Sarsby Personal Management ltd specialising in factual television presenters.

Keep Wales Tidy:

A clean and tidy Wales is likely to be a safer Wales.

Kirsten Hinter:

Kirsten is a video and media producer whose main aim is to make a difference.  She takes pride in what she does and aims to make her services affordable and accessible to those for whom imagery and imagination is vital for the communication of their message.

Manor House Wildlife Park:

Anna Ryder-Richardson’s Wild Welsh Zoo.

Marine Biological Laboratory:

The Marine Biological Laboratory is an international center for research, education, and training in biology, biomedicine, and ecology.

Milford Haven Port Authority:

The Milford Haven Waterway is a unique deep water facility where industry co-exists with the tranquility of the UK’s only coastal National Park.  It is one of the world’s great natural deep water harbours – twenty two miles of navigable water that has been a highway and trading centre since time began.

NASA:

NASA’s mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.

National Oceanography Centre:

The National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (formerly Southampton Oceanography Centre), is a collaborative Centre owned by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the University of Southampton.  NOCS is the national focus for oceanography in the UK with a remit to achieve scientific excellence in its own right as one of the world’s top five oceanographic research institutions.

National Science Academy:

A National Science Academy (NSA) has been established in Wales to help deliver a stronger, more sustainable and resilient economy for the future.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum:

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forumbrings together a variety of stakeholders from the public, private and voluntary sectors. It is an independent voluntary body and provides a unique role where no other single organisation has overall responsibility.  The Forum encourages greater integration of all interests on the Pembrokeshire coast, ranging from fishing and shipping through to energy and tourism.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park:

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a special place and needs careful managment to look after it for everyone to enjoy, now and in the future.

Pembrokeshire College Coastal and Marine Environment Studies Research Unit:

The main aim is to keep projects relevant and appropriate to current and likely future activities on the coast, with a principal focus on the Pembrokeshire and west Wales area. Research projects are undertaken in many aspects of Coastal and Marine Studies, ranging from marine and fisheries science to coastal zone management.

Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust:

Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust was formed in 2002 with the aim of restoring and safeguarding the rivers, lakes and wetlands of Pembrokeshire. The Trust was awarded charitable status in 2004.

Pembrokeshire South East Energy Group:

Promoting all forms of energy efficiency and sustainable renewable energy.

Plan-It Eco:

Promoting environmental, sustainable and cultural awareness and understanding.

Porcupine Marine Natural History Society:

An informal society interested in marine natural history and recording, particularly in the North East Atlantic region and the Mediterranean Sea.

Radio Pembrokeshire:

102.5 FM Radio Pembrokeshire.  Listen out for our weekly update!

Signspeed:

Everyone loves our new logo – designed and developed by signspeed.com.  Design and marketing services; including print, signage and advertising.  ISO 9001:2008 Quality Assured Firm.

The Bioluminescence Web Page:

Reliable information on marine bioluminescence.

The HMS Beagle Project:

Aims to rebuild the ship that carried Charles Darwin around the world, starting in Darwin’s bicentenary year of 2009. The new Beagle will sail the world in Darwin’s wake, and will inspire global audiences through unique public engagement and learning programmes, and original scientific research in evolutionary biology, biodiversity and climate change.

The Shore Thing:

The Shore Thing is an initiative of MarLIN, the Marine Life Information Network, working with schools and volunteer recorders to collect information on the marine life of rocky shores around Britain.

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