Tuesday 1st April 2014: Hubberston & Coastland’s year 6 The Port of Milford Haven have sponsored a series of events in which we take their local primary schools to explore the Milford Haven Waterway with local Geologist Sid Howells. The trip starts at Blackpool Mill which is the tidal limit of the Eastern Cleddau. We […]
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Tuesday 18th March 2014: Year 6 from St Mary’s and Cosherston
Wednesday 5th March 2014 – Year 6 Pennar Community School
Thursday 6th February – St. Francis year 5&6 Milford Haven Port Authority have kindly sponsored us to carry out a project with their local schools exploring the Milford Haven waterway. Our first school was St. Francis who are currently studying their locality. The first stop off of the day was Black Pool Mill, here the […]
We explored the coast of Porth Clais with local geologist Sid Howells and Red Hill Preparatory School. Sid showed us evidence of past climates and sea levels. Sid gave the group a brief overview of the history of the harbour of Porth Clais and we explored the lime kilns before heading off on our […]
During half term we had a British Science Association family event with geologist Sid Howells who took us around Broad Haven South to explore evidence of past climates and sea levels. The event was well attended and everyone learnt a lot about the geology of Pembrokeshire. Sid showed the group his fossilised Mammoths tooth as he explained […]
Geologist Sid Howells took us on a guided walk around the coastal path at Porth Clais. We looked for evidence in the landscape for previous climates and sea levels.
Sunday 24th June – Manor House Wildlife Park We spent the day at MHWP with our portable ‘ponds.’ We collected critters from the ponds at MHWP and put them into our mini ponds. The children in the park all had the opportunity to get involved and try some pond dipping with our hand nets. They […]
Many thanks to all of those that attended the Pembrokeshire’s Coastal Landscapes Lecture by Sid Howells. It was a great evening. And a big thanks to Sid for delivering the lecture.