Oh we do love to be besides the seaside!

Kieran Lewis News

A warm greeting is always guaranteed at Pencnwc Holiday Park and we’re delighted to reciprocate the welcome as the family-owned company links up with Scarlets as a Kit Partner.

Situated just two miles inland from the pretty fishing village of New Quay, with its harbour walls and safe beaches, rugged cliffs and secluded coves, Pencnwc is the ideal location for family holidays in West Wales.

Pencnwc is a family owned holiday park that has been in the family for over 40 years offering a wide range of facilities for all the family.

Nathan Brew, Head of Commercial at Scarlets said; “There is no better way to kick start the summer festivities than by announcing a new kit partner in the shape of a beautiful holiday park on the stunning West Wales coast!

“As we kick-start our three-year commercial strategy, focusing on each of our three counties in turn over the next three years, we’re delighted to welcome Pencnwc as a new kit partner ahead of the forthcoming season.

“Pencnwc is located in a fantastic part of the county and will proudly represent Ceredigion and the region on both the home and away kits.

“The away kit, with its design based on Ceredigion’s crest, will be launched at a very special event on Aberystwyth’s promenade on Monday 13th August and we’re excited to work with Ceredigion based companies like Pencnwc, as well as the Ceredigion Council, Coleg Ceredigion, Radio Ceredigion and Aberystwyth University, to further strengthen our ties in the west of the region.”

The holiday park is situated just 20 miles south of Aberystwyth on the Ceredigion Bay coast.

Daniel Davies, Pencnwc Holiday Park Manager, said; “The park has been in the family since 1969 when it was started by my grandfather. I’ve been involved here since I was 9 and started a full time job as soon as I left school.

“We’re extremely proud to be supporting the Scarlets and it’s an absolute honour to see our logo on the back of both home and away kits.

“The Scarlets do a fantastic job in representing the region and do great work in local communities right across the region. We’re looking forward to working closely with the region over the coming months ensuring that the partnership, and Scarlets’ visibility in Ceredigion, goes from strength to strength.”