Pembrokeshire 'Living Coast' 2024

Thank you to everyone who attended this year's event!

With so many exceptional entries this year, it was incredibly difficult to judge, but we're pleased to share the winning photographs from our 2024 Pembrokeshire 'Living Coast' Photographic competition.

Could you be part of the Future Energy industry in Pembrokeshire?

We are thrilled to extend an invitation to learning groups from Pembrokeshire to utilise our industry-standard test facility.

In our endeavour to foster a collaborative learning environment and further the research in marine technologies, we are launching a competition open to Pembrokeshire learners of all ages!

Economic and Social Evaluation of the Outdoor Activity Sector in Wales

In partnership between Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum and the Wales Adventure Tourism Organisation (WATO), this comprehensive survey, involving more than 600 individuals and businesses in spring 2023, identified significant growth in Wales’ outdoor activity sector over the past decade.

Nature Finance Review 2023 Case Study: PCF

The work of Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum around nutrient trading through the Ecosystem Enterprise Partnership is highlighted as a case study in this important area of work.

Ethnic Diversity Toolkit

Discover the Ethnic Diversity Toolkit for the Coastal Sector!

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum is committed to making the coast accessible and enjoyable for everyone. We're sharing Represent Us (Ltd)'s Toolkit to help improve ethnic diversity in placements and create a more inclusive environment for all.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum - Impact Report 2022

As a stakeholder support organisation, the PCF team is proud of our work connecting communities, businesses, organisations and decision-makers. We hope you enjoy reading about our latest impacts and plans! 

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum finalist for Wales STEM Educational Programme of the Year

Pembrokeshire Marine Code

The Marine Code Group was developed by local operators and other organisations working closely with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and the National Trust. These organisations are all concerned about the long-term management of the area and the development of high standards of practice. They recognise that sustainable use must be a key theme in marine recreational activities and education.

The Marine Code through voluntary codes of conduct encourages groups to show respect and consideration for the environment, wildlife and other users.

PCF have developed a toolkit outlining the lessons learned from developing the Marine Code. Click here to download a copy.


  • To promote the voluntary codes of conduct for different species and activities in relation to the different sensitivities of certain areas.
  • To promote Pembrokeshire through its quality of wildlife, landscape and scenery (which is highly valued both nationally and internationally and is covered by numerous conservation designations).
  • To promote environmental awareness through education and encourage others to lead by example

The Pembrokeshire Marine Code is promoted through:

  • Codes of Conduct – for seals, seabirds and cetaceans
  • Agreed access restriction maps – that have been drawn up by conservation experts and coastal users
  • Tide Tables – which include the codes and maps
  • Wildlife Factsheets – which also provide fun facts on local species
  • Buoys – that have been deployed around the coast of Caldey Island to raise awareness of wildlife sensitive areas
  • Mobile app – which contains all of the Marine Code information at your fingertips
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