You’re invited to a reunion!
The video covers why we thought to put a reunion together, our vision for the event, the fabulous location with walks on the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline, sacred sites, and – for the hardier – maybe even some wild swimming in the Celtic Sea!
It’s hosted by the Emergence Foundation but this is a reunion by and for those who want to reconnect. There’s no formal agenda beyond a long weekend of reconnection, celebration, and reunion in a beautiful wild location. It’s happening on 14 – 17 June 2024, at Trefacwn (pron: Trev-acc-oon), Jerome’s beautiful home by the Celtic Sea in rural Pembrokeshire, Wales.
For those who are interested in what Emergence Foundation has achieved, there’ll be a short presentation of the foundation’s grant giving work of the past 10 years, including a film showcasing some of the amazing people who’ve benefitted from its grant funding, and the impact these projects have had in the world. Apart from that, it’s an open space.
We’d love to see you in Wales.
– Robin Daly, Mary Adams, Steve Murphy, Shayne Newlyn, and Jerome Flynn
Trefacwn Country House, Llanrhian, St Davids, Pembrokeshire SA62 6DP, Wales
Getting there and away
International arrivals by plane
London Heathrow (recommended) or Gatwick
Then by car to Trefacwn directly or by train to Haverfordwest, Wales then by minibus shuttle to Trefacyn
Via Cardiff, Wales there are direct flights to Cardiff from the following points of origin
- Australia – Sydney
- Canada – Toronto, Vancouver
- Europe – Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Dublin, Edinburgh, Faro, Frankfurt, Geneva, Madrid, Malaga, Munich, Paris (Orly), Porto, Rome, Vienna
- India – Mumbai
- USA – Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, NYC (JFK, Newark), San Francisco, Washington DC
International arrivals by Eurostar to London St Pancras
- Direct from Brussels, Calais, Lille, Paris
- Indirect (+1 change) from Amsterdam, Rotterdam and many others
Google Maps driving directions from London to Trefacwn (6 hours).
By train from London
From London Paddington catch a train to Fishguard & Goodwick, Wales (approx. 5 hours).
You can buy train tickets online for about £120 return. Advance tickets are cheaper and are usually available 12 weeks before the departure date, although some go on sale as far as 24 weeks in advance. Only a limited number of advance tickets will be available, so be quick to secure yours as the fare can rise steeply as the date of travel gets nearer.
There will be a minibus shuttle from Fishguard & Goodwick Station to Trefacwn on Fri 14 June and returning on Mon 17 June (30 mins each way).
Book train tickets at Trainline
Other transport options including cheaper bus and multi-modal options are available at Rome2Rio.
There’s accomodation at Trefacwn and in cottages within a short walking distance:
- Ty Charlie Cottage – Sleeps 4
- Ty Sarah Cottage – Sleeps 4
- Ty Dewi Barn – Sleeps 8/9
- St Nons Barn – Sleeps 7
- Manor House – Sleeps 15-17 in double, twin and family rooms
- Camping – 15 pitches
Ynys Barri Holiday Cottages
1.2 miles walk to Trefacwn – 21 mins
- Barri Cottage – Sleeps 2
- Caldey Cottage – Sleeps 7
- Grassholm Cottage – Sleeps 6
- Ramsey Cottage – Sleeps 6
- Skomer Cottage – Sleeps 9
- Strumble Cottage – Sleeps 8
Coastal Stay Camping
Short walk to Trefacwn – 2 mins
- A beautiful camp site with 20 pitches for the more adventurous
Contact gro.noitadnuofecnegremenull@enyahs for any special requirements.