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Coastal Buses - Frequently Asked Questions Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus Services are local bus services that travel along the coast, seven days a week during the summer, to access walks, beaches, boat trips, local villages and attractions. buses, buses, walker, walkingath, public, transport, trains,

Conserving Traditional Buildings Conserving traditional buildings helps to maintain a strong and distinctive local character. Since the 1939-45 war, many traditional building skills have been lost. conserving, historic, buildings, public, buildings, building, materials, methods, traditional,

Development Management Committee The Development Management Committee meets every six weeks to determine planning applications and to deal with all matters relating to the designation and administration of Conservation Areas. development, management, committee, planning, meetings, public, speaking,

Getting around Pembrokeshire Bus Services - A perfect walking partner Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority sees better public transport as a key way to provide a better, greener experience for our visitors and local residents. We are a partner in Pembrokeshire Greenways, a project to develop the use of sustainable transport for recreation in the countryside and to promote walking, cycling, bus and train travel. buses, trains, coaches, public, transport, rail, ferries, timetables, greenways,

How to get here Castell Henllys is tucked deep within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. You can catch a glimpse of this Iron Age hill fort, one of many that have shaped this world-class landscape, from the main road. Have a look at the map below. directions, castell, henllys, road, public, transport,

Maps and guidebooks External publications useful to visitors to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, such as OS maps and guide books. maps, publications, books, information, walksath, leaflets, trails,

National Park leaflets Publications produced by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. These leaflets are all available to buy for a small charge. publications, leaflets, guides, books, reading, information, walks, path, routes, footpath, access, trail,

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,

Public Inquiry Any appeal can be heard at a full Public Inquiry. public, inquiry,

Public Rights of Way Public rights of way include public footpath, bridleways and byways. They provide the best way to explore the coast and countryside of the National Park. public, rights, public, footpaths, bridlewaysath, signage,

Rights of Way Improvement Plan The National Park Authority is responsible for the management of 1,040 km of public rights of way (public footpaths and bridleways) within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The Park Authority has prioritised the improvement of public rights of way, as they represent the best way to explore and enjoy the coast and countryside rights, improvement, plananagement, public, rights, waymprovements,

Walking in the Park With over 950 km of public footpaths, and bridleways, walking is an ideal way to discover the spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and fascinating history of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. What more excuses do you need to get out there and explore?! Have a look at the Coast Path picture gallery below to find out what you’re missing by staying at home! with, over, public, footpaths, bridleways, walking, ideal, discover, specta,