After a really strange winter with unprecedented periods of rain and above average temperatures, it’s heartening to be looking forward to the Spring half term and the prospect of Spring sunshine! The area is starting to come out of its winter slumber and the sound of bird-song can be heard. The spring flowers that resisted the temptation of the balmy December temperatures are now starting to brighten the hedgerows and verges.
Heatherton has been with us throughout the winter.
Folly Farm will be fully re-opening on the 13th February from 10 til five for the season. They are always a place for a family visit with so much to see and do! Oakwood does not open its doors until Easter as does Caldey Island but there is plenty to see and do with St Catherines Island, the Tudor Merchant’s House, or the Dinosaur Park. Near the Dinosaur Park is Anna’s Zoo at Manor Wildlife Park – this too is open. Ritec Quad Bikes are open all week for half term and on through the season. Battlefield Live is there for the adventurous.
Our Lifeboat station welcomes visitors and pleasant walks can be taken round Castle Hill. Take in a visit while there to our award winning Museum, perchance the Harbour and the beaches. Perhaps a carriage tour of the town or linger on the Norton and look around the span of Carmarthen bay looking across to Worm’s Head and the Gower.
If a visit to the museum fuels your interest in the History of Tenby then one of Marion’s Historic Walks will give you a fascinating insight into Tenby’s history. With so much choice of things to see, do and occupy all, Spring is a wonderful time in Tenby!