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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.


Middle Broadmoor Eco Education & Tourism Centre

The project will create and establish a sustainable Eco Education and Tourism Centre at Middle Broadmoor Farm. The focus is to deliver programmes specifically, but not exclusively aimed at "at risk" youth and adult groups. The Centre will also provide comfortable eco accommodation for tourists during the holiday season. The Centre is set within a beautiful environment that reflects our commitment to permaculture ethics of "Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share". Courses will incorporate bushcraft, permaculture and environmental education as well as developing self awareness and self esteem through emotional education and other therapeutic tools such as play therapy and counselling. The aim is to provide an inspirational and nourishing place to visit, learn from and relax at. For local people involved with the education programme there will be opportunities to gain different skills and to change negative behaviour patterns that will enable them to make better choices for themselves and society as a whole. For other visitors, it will be a beautiful place to visit where they can see first hand a living, working example of sustainability.

Project Total Cost: £271,700.00

Grant Awarded: £35,100.00