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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.


Tir, Coed a Dwr / Land, Wood & Water

A group of five interpretative sculptures will be constructed and sited at Castell Henllys to provide: a) Information/interpretation on sustainability issues, access to those issues in an inclusive manner particularly to the benefit of visitors with sight and/or hearing difficulties, opportunities for visitors and the local communities to engage with such issues in the context of public art. b) Each sculpture will have a specific theme: biodiversity and wildlife, sustainable broadleaved woodland management, sustainable landscape development, water clarity and issues regarding its use in the context of climate change, recycling (this to be directed principally at young people). c) Each sculpture will deliver information on the above issues using: a 'Black Box' sound store powered by electricity generated by a hand turned dynamo (the audio delivered in English and Welsh) and Braille, bilingual text on the sculpture, bilingual leaflets, all of which will comply with guidelines for partially sighted, i.e. font size, style.

Project Total Cost: £19,697.00

Grant Awarded: £7,000.22