Here’s what’s happening

Experts have predicted that Cragen will land at Stackpole Quay during the evening on 3 August. She will be seen from the beach and quayside coming around the headland from Freshwater East.

From 7.30pm performance on the beach in front of The Boathouse Cafe
8pm Cragen Sea Monster lands on the beach
6pm – 9pm pop-up BBQ

Please join National Trust Wales at The Boathouse Cafe where there’ll be a pop-up BBQ serving delicious locally sourced food before and after the performance.

Look out for the dolphin, fish and razorbill sculptures that were commissioned by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority for Year of the Sea. As a coastal national park the organisation wanted to focus on the issue of marine litter, the devastating impact it can have on our environment and wildlife, and also what people can do to help reduce their impact. Created by Toby Downing the sculptures are ‘decorated’ with marine litter from local beaches. When they are not touring around making appearances at festivals and events or local schools, they are at national park sites and centres. They are available for groups to borrow.

There will be filming and photography taking place at this event. Please join the fun by taking a photo and posting it to your favourite social media channel using the hashtags

#cleanseascragen #findyourepic #cleanseas

image: dolphin sculptures commissioned by PCNPA