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2.6 Brief participants Now that you have a well organised Event Plan, it is important that the participants know the information that is relevant to them in good time. It is good practice to give the participants a brief of any relevant information including codes of conduct and local specific sensitivities before and on the day of the event. event, plan, participants, codes, conduct, guidance,

Choose your Walk Choose from over 200 circuit walks in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Also listed is a selection of gentle strolls, plus wheelchair and easy access walks. The search facility contains a wide range of walks which are maintained and promoted by the National Park Authority. walks, promoted, walks, circular, walksircuit, walkseb, walks, countryside, code,

Geological Conservation Geological Conservation in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. popular, attractions, sssis, geological, code, conduct, geology, training, popular, attractions,

Members' Declarations of Interest Declaration of personal interests for inclusion in the public register of Members' interests member, interests, code, conduct,

National Park Authority Members The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has 18 Members, 12 of whom are nominated by Pembrokeshire County Council, whilst the remaining 6 Members are appointed – following an interview process – by the Welsh Government. members, code, conduct, good, practice, committee, decisions, councillor, allowances,

Roles of the key organisations and contacts Roles of the key organisations and contacts. Active outdoor event guidance. police, trust, county, council, tourism, outdoor, charter, marine, code, destination,

The Countryside Code The Countryside Code - Respect, Protect, Enjoy. Be Safe - plan ahead and follow any signs. Even when going out locally, it's best to get the latest information about where and when you can go (for example, your rights to go onto some areas of open land may be restricted while work is carried out, for safety reasons or during breeding seasons). Follow advice and local signs, and be prepared for the unexpected. dogs, livestock, noise, rules, countryside, code, litter, noise, gates, country, code,