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1.2 Discuss proposals Landowners really appreciate early discussions about events and can assist organisers considerably by calling on their wealth of knowledge and experience. Event organisers need to allow sufficient time for liaison with all the interested parties. Early engagement and communication is key to any successful event. To find out who owns the land you would like to use for an event, use the National Land Registry website. landowners, permission, discusion, organisers, even, guidance,

1.4 Consider other events Another element that needs to be considered is whether there are other events taking place on the same day and what the impacts of that might be for participants, spectators, landowners, other users, accommodation providers, available parking, traffic and any other related services. events, guidance, spectators, landowners, outdoor, active,

1.6 Decide whether to hold the event After taking into consideration appropriate areas, locations, routes and activities, discussing proposals with landowners, timings, other events and if permission is required; it's a good time to take stock of your plans and make a decision to move on to stage two or change your plans. event, outdoor, guidance, active,

2.1 Prepare an Event Plan Once it has been decided that the event will take place, the planning and execution stage can begin. Many event organisers use an Event Plan which is a very useful way of confirming all concerns have been considered and all involved have a clear understanding of their role and responsibilities. The Event Plan also ensures that preparation is on schedule and completed in a timely manner. It is recommended that an Event Plan is drawn up for all events. event, plan, execution, outdoor, active, guidance,

2.2 Health and Safety A crucial part of planning any event is the consideration of all aspects of health and safety. This includes people taking part and people who will, or could, be affected. Possible groups that should be considered during the event include participants, organisers, spectators and other visitors to area. Each event will need to be assessed by the event organiser with its particular circumstances taken into consideration. health, safety, event, outdoor, guidance, insurance,

2.4 Notify stakeholders and promote event Once landowner approval has been given, promotion for the event well ahead of time helps raise the profile of the event and can encourage community support and participation. notify, stakeholders, promote, event, outdoor, events, guidance,

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,

2.8 Hold the event Hold the event. Once you've held the event please be sure to follow the steps in Stage three: Restoration and review. hold, event, outdoor, active, event, guidance,

3.2 A Thank You It is amazing how much showing appreciation of all involved and affected can mean to people. Taking the time to thank those individuals and groups can make a big difference in the feeling of the outcomes of the event. events, guidance, outdoor, active,

3.3 Reviewing It is good practice to obtain feedback from participants and all groups that could have been affected, after the restoration work is complete but soon enough so that everyone remembers the main elements of the day. feedback, reviewing, outdoor, events, guidance, active,

Before You Apply Before you carry out any work there are a number of important matters you need to consider. The following gives an outline of the matters that should be considered. Further details on any of these issues can be found by using the links below. applyupplementary, planning, guidance, building, control, permitted, development,

Guidance for organisers of active outdoor events This guidance has been written to help event organisers and landowners to plan and manage active outdoor events in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. active, outdoor, events, guidance, management, sporting, running, swimming, cycling, surfing,

Introduction The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a great place to hold organised events and has hosted, over many years, a wide and varied range of successful outdoor events, including Ironman Wales and the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. events, active, outdoor, organise, guidance, ironman, cliff, diving,

National Park Management Plan View and download the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Management Plan. management, plan, conservation, purposes, guidance,

Planning Application Forms and Guidance Notes You can make your application online through the Planning Portal or by post using the relevant application forms. For ease of access these are displayed by following the relevant links to the left side of this page.​ planning, application, forms, download, guidance, notes, portal, paper, copy, hard,

Public Consultations The National Park Authority we often ask for your views on the work we do to help keep your Park special for everyone to enjoy. public, consultations, engagement, views, guidance, have, your,

Supplementary Planning Guidance Supplementary guidance linking the policies for the National Park and planning applications. supplementary, planning, guidance,

Supplementary Planning Guidance - Consultations Current consultations on Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) to support the Local Development Plan. supplementary, planning, guidance, consultation,