November 2010

Be neighbourly to the more vulnerable as bitter weather continues...

With bitterly cold weather and sub-zero temperatures forecast well into next week, National Park wardens are urging local residents to be good neighbours, particularly to the elderly and those who live alone to help them get through the unprecedented cold spell. For release 29th November 2010

Ghostly Gorge Tales by the fireside

A headless horseman, a ghostly lonely shepherd and an evil school sorceress are just some of the spine tingling tales from the Clydach Gorge that are waiting to be told at two ‘Spooky Fireside Tales’ events that are being held on the 9th and 10th November at Gilwern and Llanelly…

Have your final say on future development in the National Park

Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority wants as many people as possible to have their final say on the vision for future development in the National Park. Today it launched its eight week consultation period for its Deposit Local Development Plan (LDP) and is inviting all of its residents and communities…

National Park releases final blueprint for securing a sustainable future

Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority has released its new Management Plan to promote the sustainable management of Park resources and foster the well-being of local communities over the next 20 years. (For release 12th November 2010)

Christmas safety message for parents buying quad bikes and scramblers

‘Think responsibly before buying your children quad bikes or scramblers this Christmas’ - that’s the plea from Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority, Powys Community Safety Partnership and Dyfed Powys Police as they continue to tackle bike safety and illegal off-roading in the National Park. For release 23rd November 2010

1 million efficiencies from National Parks Wales is just the start

Wales’ three National Park Authorities have today (26th November 2010) met and reaffirmed their commitment to working together; with the aim of building on the efficiencies of £1million they are already achieving.