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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.


 

Havenlink Water Taxi

Haven Link – Water transport support 'The project requires SDF funding to enhance the service of "Haven Link", a sustainable water transport service which commenced operation on the Milford Haven Waterway and lower Cleddau Estuary on 14th June 2008. SDF money will enable all children to travel free, which will link to the Greenways "Kids go free" promotion on coastal buses. It will also provide half price fares as an incentive to adults travelling to or from water transport sites by sustainable means. The water transport service, which is a pilot project, links the coastal path at Dale and Angle and communities along the waterway within the National Park. It provides a waterborne form of sustainable transport for visitors and residents, linking with Pembrokeshire County Council’s Greenways transport service. Rudders Boatyard, a local boat operator, is running the service using a 12 passenger vessel. The boat runs on bio fuels produced locally by Celtic Biodiesels.

Project Total Cost: £13,524.00

Grant Awarded: £5,124.00

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