Behind-the-scenes at Stackpole

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Two rangers building a fence at Stackpole
Ranger Alex working at Stackpole

Our new blog

Discover more from Stackpole, in a look at our new ranger's blog.

Go behind-the-scenes at Stackpole and learn more about what it takes to keep the estate special for everyone to enjoy.

Here, ranger Alex Shilling shares a monthly insight into the work taking place at Stackpole and things to look out for during your visit.
 

Latest updates

28 May 19

Coastal flowers, woodland wows and wilder spaces

Another busy month has passed, with two bank holidays, a festival and a rare trip away from Stackpole to mingle with other countryside folk at the National Trust’s annual Wales Woodland Conference.

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Early purple orchids in flower above Broad Haven South

06 May 19

A spring spectacular

April saw us welcome in Easter, a very busy time for the estate. The gloriously sunny long weekend kicked the season off as people flocked to enjoy our beautiful beaches, walks around the lily ponds and spectacular shows of wild garlic and bluebells in the woodlands.

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Wood anemones in flower on the Stackpole Estate

26 Mar 19

Signs of spring as woodland work continues

The past month we’ve continued with our woodland work at Stackpole, with one last push to finish tasks before spring arrives in earnest. There’s no doubt of change in the air, with the unfurling of leaves and the smell of wild garlic ever present reminders of this.

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A close-up of a new tree planted at Stackpole