Category: Filming

Film Planning

What a job I have! I’m helping a local history group to develop a short film about the River Cleddau … focusing in particular on the people who have lived in and around Llangwm. I am going to be working with the group to provide drone footage for the film. The film itself will involve…

By admin 7 December 2020 Off

Archaeology Day 2020

Every year Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority supported by PLANED host an Archaeology Day in early November at the Merlin Theatre in Pembrokeshire College. But, of course, the event couldn’t go ahead this year, well not in the same format. Stuart Berry, the Echoes of the Past project officer at PLANED and Tomos Jones, Pembrokeshire Coast…

By admin 8 November 2020 Off

It’s Been a Secret …

… and it still is, to a certain extent. I’ve been working, through the DATRIS Project, with Amgueddfa Cymru – the National Museum of Wales for nearly two years now on the excavation and conservation of an Iron Age chariot found somewhere in Pembrokeshire. The museum initially contacted me because they wanted someone to coordinate…

By admin 30 October 2020 Off

The Priory Saltings Nature Reserve

Another excellent initiative from Haverfordwest Town Council is the renovation of the former town dump to the now, wonderful, Priory Saltings Nature Reserve. I took the drone and various cameras, gimbals and wireless microphones to interview Cllr Jon Collier at the site on a particularly damp and drizzly Friday afternoon. It’s just another example of…

By admin 17 December 2019 Off

Lower Prendergast Cemetery

It was on a wet Wednesday morning that I met Cllr Chris Evans from Haverfordwest Town Council in Lower Prendergast Cemetery to discuss the development of a community area within his ward. There are a number of exciting projects based around this deconsecrated churchyard that will support biodiversity within the town and, in turn, improve…

By admin 13 December 2019 Off

The Lantern Parade

Last week Span Arts organised another amazing event in Pembrokeshire. It was Halloween and a mixture of young and not so young people spent the day building lanterns. As soon as it was dark enough the parade began … … as you can see, it was a dark and stormy night. My colleagues braved the…

By admin 4 November 2019 Off

From the Coal House to Amroth

I have been working with the Saundersfoot Bay Heritage Trail group and I knew that I needed some footage showing the stretch of the trail running from the Coal House in Saundersfoot, through Wiseman’s Bridge and Coppit Hall along to Amroth. Well the weather wasn’t great but at least it wasn’t raining or blowing a…

By admin 29 October 2019 Off

Third Weather Station Online

The weather station that was delivered to Point has been fixed to the wall and is now transmitting data from Fishguard. There are still a small number of minor teething problems which will be ironed out over the next few days (it wouldn’t be fun if it all went smoothly). The station has been attached…

By admin 18 October 2019 Off

St Fagans National Museum of History

The excavation of the chariot has finished and now work has moved on to the conservation stages. I was lucky enough to accompany a group of Pembrokeshire College students to the National Museum of History at St Fagans in Cardiff. I’m afraid I can’t show film of the actual artefacts on here at the moment…

By admin 10 October 2019 Off

Bendigeidfran at OrchardFest2019

The People’s Orchard is an environmental project with the aim of supporting biodiversity; promoting horticultural skills; and maintaining existing orchards. By Saturday 7th September a large number of apples had been harvested, many had been juiced and a lot had been made into cider. So what should be done with all this bounty on a…

By admin 7 September 2019 Off