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The National Park Authority administers Sustainable Development Fund grants in Pembrokeshire. To read summary details of the projects supported by the fund, choose a project title from the list below.


Marine Futures Roadshow

The Roadshow will look at the effects of climate change, oil and heavy metal pollution, sewage and litter on the biodiversity and ecology of the marine environment. It will be available for schools and community groups throughout Pembrokeshire. A menu" of hands-on activities, hand-outs, worksheets and related project packs will be developed so that they are "ready to go" in boxes and packs. Schools and community groups requesting the road show will choose from the menu to suit their needs and the ages of the participants. All activities will relate to the curriculum. We will address three activities during one roadshow preceded by a short presentation. The young people will be split into groups to spend 20 minutes on each activity. Worksheets and project packs will be available for follow up work. Participants will be encouraged to undertake investigative projects using the packs to develop the issues and to enter a major Marine Futures event for BAYS, CREST and Science Communicator awards accredited by The BA. The main outcomes will be increased interest in pursuing science as a career and an increased awareness of issues of environmental concern among the young.

Project Total Cost: £33,026.00

Grant Awarded: £14,873.00