PEOPLE tuning into BBC’s Countryfile programme on St David’s Day will be able to catch a glimpse of Strumble Head and its famous porpoises.

Presenter Ellie Harrison and her camera crew were on location with Sea Trust volunteers and animal science students from Pembrokeshire College on February 12.

They were all treated to several groups of porpoise, as well as grey seals, gannets and a range of other seabirds.

A Sea Trust spokesman said: “On St David’s Day several million BBC viewers will see us and our Strumble porpoises. It will massively strengthen our campaign to get them the protection they need and should have, helping to ensure that future generations can come to Strumble and get the thrill of seeing these fascinating little cetaceans.”

Pembrokeshire College lecturer, Powell Strong, said: “We had a great morning filming. It’s fantastic to be able to show how the Wildlife Observer Wales courses get people involved as well as improving identification and recording skills.”

As well as a feature on Strumble Head, presenter Matt Baker will be in the heart of St Davids, and with the help of the local community, he forages for food to make the traditional Welsh dish cawl.

Anita Rani pays a visit to Treginnis, the most westerly farm in Wales to discover the home of Farms for City Children, where children can get their hands dirty learning the agricultural way of life, from feeding lambs to milking goats.

The programme airs on BBC One Wales on March 1 at 7pm.