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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,

1.3 Timings to consider There are a variety of land management activities that take place on a seasonal basis that should be considered, such as calving, lambing, harvesting crops, silage or haymaking. It is always best to discuss timing of events with the land owner. timings, landowners, land, management, harvest, environment, seasons, bird, breeding,

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,

1.5 Obtain landowner’s permission You should always liaise with the owner of the land where your event is planned. It may not always be necessary for you to obtain every landowners permission (for example, if you are holding a walking activity along a public footpath). Listed below are some of the situations where you must gain permission from the landowner. landowner, permission, land, management, sssi,

2.7 Brief all other relevant parties It is good practice to communicate your event plan with all relevant parties shortly before the event to ensure everyone a clear understanding of responsibilities, timings and possible effects of the event. brief, relevant, parties, event, plan, communication, landowners,

60 Iconic Views To help share the National Park’s ‘story’ as part of the 60th anniversary celebrations, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority commissioned a photographic gallery of 60 of its most iconic views. iconic, views, photographs, landscape,

60 Iconic Views Gallery An image gallery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's 60 iconic views iconic, views, gallery, images, photos, landscape,

Access to open country The Countryside & Rights of Way Act 2000 introduced a new Right of Access on foot to large areas of countryside in Wales. This New Right of Access has been dubbed the "right to roam". The Act provides a right to walk on "open country" (defined as moor, mountain, down and heath) as well as on registered common land. These together are known as Access Land, countryside, ights, 2000ight, access, footight, roamccess, land,

Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales Gallery A painting regarded as the crowning achievement of William Stott of Oldham (1857-1900) is the centrepiece of a new exhibition at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids from 24 February to 2 September 2018. exhibitions, william, stott, graham, sutherland, turner, gallery, oriel, yate,

Caldey Island Famous for its Cistercian abbey, this charming island is an easy 20-minute boat trip from Tenby. The most wooded of Pembrokeshire's islands, its sheltered village area has a cosy atmosphere and caters well for the day visitor. caldey, island, cistercian, abbey, tenby,

Castell Henllys and beyond Wherever humans go, we shape our environment. The ancient people of North Pembrokeshire were no exception. The marks they made in the landscape left tantalising traces of their lives and their stories. ancient, landscape, prehistoric, gwlad, lledrith, land, magic, enchantment, origins,

Conservation St Davids Airfield, where Halifax engines once roared, is now a special place for a rich variety of plants and animals. There are two special habitats on the airfield: traditional hay meadow and heathland. davids, airfield, skylarks, meadow, sssi, heathland,

Conservation Land Management How land management helps achieve National Park purposes. wildlife, conservation, landscape,

Do you live locally? Living in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. transport, planning, landowners, projects, sustainable, development, walking, community,

Exhibitions at Oriel y Parc Here at Oriel y Parc a variety of exhibitions by Pembrokeshire artists and craftsmen can be seen on display throughout the Visitor Centre. There is also a Class A Landscape Gallery, exhibiting art and artefacts from the collections of Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales, often featuring the work of Graham Sutherland. gallery, landscapeollections, amgueddfa, cymru, museum, wales, graham, sutherland,

Graham Sutherland This twentieth century painter was so moved by Pembrokeshire that he bequeathed a body of artwork to Wales and stipulated that the paintings should be seen in the place which had inspired them. graham, sutherland, graham, sutherland, collection, exhibition, oriel,

Habitats of the National Park The places where animals and plants live are called habitats. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has many habitats which support a wide variety of wildlife; both common and rare. These include beaches, seashore and coastal slopes, heathland and mountain, moor and woodland. habitat, adaptation, niche, estuary, inland, protection, management,

Himalayan balsam Himalayan balsam has become an invasive non-native species (INNS) in the UK and is most commonly found on riverbanks, waste ground, and damp areas, and can also thrive in many other habitats. Himalayan balsam tolerates low light levels and smothers other vegetation as it out-competes native plants, gradually impoverishing habitats. invasive, non-native, species, himalayan, balsam, inns, impatiens, glandulifera,

Inland habitats in the National Park As the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is surrounded by the sea on three sides, its climate, even in the more inland areas, has a strong maritime influence. Inland environments are kept warmer in winter (and cooler in Summer) by the North Atlantic Drift (a warm sea current) and kept moist by the prevailing south-westerly winds off the North Atlantic Ocean. inland, habitats, protection, biodiversity, maritme, influence, climate, marginal, land,

Land of Legends: Carew Castle Once a home to lords and ladies, princesses and warriors, Carew is now home to ghosts stories and rare bats. Come and explore the Castle and Tidal Mill for yourself. carew, castle, frog, princess, warrior, celtic, rowland, princess, nest,

Landscape Character Assessment SPG June 2011 Adopted Landscape Character Assessment SPG June 2011 working Draft landscape, character, assessment,

Landscape Matters Landscape issues. The landscape of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is extremely important and the protection and enhancement of it is a prime consideration in all aspects of our work. landscape, issues,

NP/17/0315/FUL NP/17/0315/FUL - land off Walton Road, Broad Haven np/17/0315/ful, land, walton, road, broad, haven,

NP/17/0691/FUL Buttyland Caravan Park Buttyland Caravan Park buttyland, caravananorbier,

NP/17/0722/OUT NP/17/0722/OUT - Residential development of up to 14 residential dwellings (including on-site affordable provision) incorporating highways alterations to form new access road & associated development infrastructure - Land west of Narberth Road, Tenby residential, development, west, narberth, road,

Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre oriel, gallery, visitor, centreraham, sutherland, artist, residence, heather, nixon,

Our Conservation Areas Our Conservation Areas in the Pembrokeshire Coast Nationaal Park. conservation, areasngle, caerfachell, caldey, island, little, haven, manorbier,

Pembrokeshire during the age of Princes A brief description of Pembrokeshire between 1100 and 1485, from the arrival of the Normans to the end of the War of the Roses that is generally known as the Medieval period medieval, castles, carew, wiston, princess, nest, landsker, line, norman, gerald, windsor, princes,

Pembrokeshire English Pembrokeshire English. While new settlers colonised South Pembrokeshire, plying their trades, setting up towns and villages and enclosing fields, the native Welsh remained in the north, beyond a ‘frontier’, labelled the ‘Landsker Line’ in the early 20th century. english, landsker, line, south, dialect, flemish, norman, anglo, vikings,

Pembrokeshire Wildfire Group Fires have potentially devastating impacts on our countryside, harming our economy, ecology, environment, heritage and rural communities. Yet the damage can be minimised. wildfire, fire, conservation, land, management,

Pembrokeshire: Land of Legends Discover some of the legendary tales that have links with Pembrokeshire. They tell of huge capstones lifted into place by fairies, enormous boulders hurled down the mountainside by giants; of a fearsome lake monster and a bleeding yew tree. land, year, legends, myths, folk, tales, video, audio, walks, visit, wales,

Pembrokeshire's Islands Pembrokeshire's offshore islands are a highlight of any visit to the National Park. Each one has its own special character and unique landscape, where wildlife flourishes and time stands still. islands, caldey, ramsey, skomer,

Places to visit on the St Davids Peninsula Places to visit on the St Davids Peninsula. St Davids Head Out of the city boundaries at St Davids Head you can experience a rich variety of wildlife habitats on the cliffs and surrounding waters. Look out for choughs and skylarks on the grassy slopes and gannets and porpoise out to sea. Visit the Iron Age Fort on St David's Head or explore the Neolithic burial chamber, Coetan Arthur. davids, headath, ramsey, island, whitesands, carn, llidi,

Puffins on Skomer Island A brief look at puffins on Skomer Island puffin, skomer, island, seabird, burrows,

St Davids St Davids Oriel y Parc, Landscape Galery and Visitor Centre davids, oriel, yandscape, galery, visitor, centre,

St Margaret's Island Adjoining Caldey is St Margaret's Island. A medieval chapel of that name once stood on the island but was converted in Victorian times into housing for the men who quarried the island’s limestone. The island is now uninhabited and is a small but important nature reserve. margaret's, island, tenby, caldey,

The Pembrokeshire Coast's Geological Landscape The Pembrokeshire Coast's geological landscape. geological, landscape,

Volcanic History of the Pembrokeshire Coast Volcanic History of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. volcanoesramsey, island, carn, llundaintrumble, head,

Welcome to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts some of the most spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife in Britain  including internationally important nature reserves, geology and archaeology. One of the National Park Authority’s duties is to conserve and enhance the natural features of the landscape, as well as the cultural heritage of the Park. landscape, geology, archaeology,

Woodland Management Woodland management for conservation and timber. woodland, management, conservation, timber,