The Pembrokeshire Swiss Club was initiated by the Honorary Consul in 2007 and launched in Tenby’s Sailing Club during a visit by Eduard Krall, Consul General at the Swiss Embassy in London.
The Pembrokeshire Swiss are an informal group of Swiss living in Pembrokeshire who meet once a year in Little Newcastle near Haverfordwest to celebrate the Swiss National day on 1 August at the home & garden of Beat and Elisabeth Wehren who organise the yearly BBQ and entertainment for the event.
The Pembrokeshire Swiss usually join the Swansea Swiss for any other events and to celebrate the Samichlaus Day at the beginning of December.
The Pembrokeshire Swiss Club is an informal group of Swiss. There are no membership fees. Costs of each event are shared amongst participants.
News & Events
Should you wish to participate at a 1 August event in Pembrokeshire contact Beat Wehren directly near the date.
We advise to check our website swissinwales.org/New for up-to-date information about our events. There is also a closed Facebook group ‘Swiss in Wales’ which advertises events for the Swiss in South Wales. Join the group if you wish to receive news via Facebook . The Honorary Consul also sends out information by e mail to those who have registered their e mail address with the Consulate in Cardiff.
Swiss in Wales and Swiss Consulate Newsflashs
You can register for our Swiss in Wales and Swiss Consulate Newsflash sent from time to time to all Swiss in Wales by the Honorary Consul in Cardiff. Register by sending an e mail to the Swiss Consulate in Cardiff
Respect of Privacy:
e mail addresses held by the secretary of the Pembrokeshire Swiss Club and the Honorary Consul will not be passed on to any third parties without your consent.