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Connecting young people in Pembrokeshire with their community, culture and heritage.


Our Heritage, Our Future

Postcards and Podcasts is an innovative project that connects young people with their community and heritage in Pembrokeshire. It helps heritage groups to exploit all that's best about modern digital marketing.

Postcards & Podcasts presents a celebration of Pembrokeshire's heritage; gathering stories spanning our distant past to modern day and told through podcasts, photography, film and art. From our dark medieval history to the contemporary challenges of protecting our natural heritage, we provide a platform for people to share their stories; stories of horror, hope, mystery and imagination.


This project is providing young people with part-time work and training in digital technologies, promoting Pembrokeshire’s rich and varied heritage to a global audience and ultimately aims to stimulate tourism and create sustainable jobs. We hope to inspire others to play an active role in publicising and protecting our unique and wonderful county.

Postcards and Podcasts is a project designed and led by Tanyard Youth Project Ltd in conjunction with the Pembroke and Pembroke Dock Heritage Forum and part funded by The European Agricultural Fundfor Rural Development: Europe Investing in Rural Areas and Arwain Sir Benfro, LEADER Pembrokeshire.

Postcards and Podcasts in Pembrokeshire
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Carew Cheriton Control Tower has been restored to its 1940’s condition and provides a trip back in time, experiencing the Control Tower as it would have been during the war.


Pembroke Castle has a long and fascinating history. The views from the top are tremendous, with the castle's natural defensive position, situated on a rocky promontory overlooking Milford Haven.



Set up by a group of locals to manage the historic site and promote the understanding of the site's potential, benefiting the community for years to come.

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Located near Cosheston and the river Cleddau, Upton Castle is a privately-owned Norman Castle surrounded by charming gardens and woodland.  Its early history is still something of a mystery, but it is thought that the chapel dates from the middle of the 12th century.

“If we know where we came from, we may better know where to go. If we know who we came from, we may better understand who we are.” 


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