Choosing and Supporting Pembrokeshire

Choosing and Supporting Pembrokeshire

We and our partners welcome local, regional, national and international events to the County. We recognise the cultural, community and economic benefits that these events can bring to Pembrokeshire and seek to positively support well planned and managed events.

Pembrokeshire is a special place complemented by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and we are committed to looking after and caring for our beautiful county.  We recognise the important role the natural environment and the role its people have to play in supporting a sustainable and prosperous Pembrokeshire. We look forward to hearing from event organisers who share the spirit of our values.

This guide has been developed to give event organisers advice on how to successfully organise/prepare for events that are enjoyable, safe, well organised and make a positive contribution towards supporting the economy and environment of Pembrokeshire.

It also provides advice on legal duties and other matters which may apply to your event, and provides valuable and consistent information and guidance for new event organisers as well as more experienced teams.

The guide does not replace the need for event organisers to seek advice from other sources and particularly for consultation with relevant local authority officers and the emergency services.

So, why choose Pembrokeshire?

Pembrokeshire is home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Both Pembrokeshire and the National Park have an international reputation for landscape, wildlife, and cultural history. Many event organisers decide to hold events in Pembrokeshire and the National Park to take advantage of this spectacular scenic backdrop and unique Welsh character.

Pembrokeshire and it’s National Park has areas that are well suited to holding spectacular and successful outdoor events that can bring participants and spectators closer to this wonderful environment.

Pembrokeshire has hosted various events over the last few years including:

For more information

If you can't find the answer to your query, then please contact the relevant local authority department or partner Key contacts


This information has been developed by:

Pembrokeshire County Council

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority


Supported by:

Dyfed Powys Police

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service

Natural Resources Wales

South Wales Trunk Road Agency

The Welsh Ambulance Service

Marine Coastguard Agency

ID: 4689, revised 08/03/2023