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.
Cynllun OGAM Project
An independent inspector will look at Ogam’s original aims and, at the same time, consider what Ogam has achieved. This will be achieved by visiting its partners and those who have worked with Ogam over the last three years, looking at projects in which Ogam has participated. On the basis of this, it will be possible to measure how effective Ogam has been and to make recommendations as to how Ogam’s effectiveness can be improved. The inspector will also give guidance that could allow Ogam’s principles to extend to other areas and note indicators that emerged from the evaluation, which could be used to evaluate a similar scheme in the future. Finally, the Inspector will offer a list of appropriate targets for the Ogam scheme for the next three years (05 – 08), which will form the basis of further discussion with possible funders. Note: OGAM has undertaken many projects and schemes over the last three years and the evaluation will be take into consideration the effectiveness of these. For example, one project looked at how OGAM could safeguard and promote the natural and cultural heritage of Pembrokeshire by increasing understanding of environmental issues among Welsh speakers and Welsh language groups and increase understanding of the Welsh language cultural heritage among environmental groups. Another aspect that was looked at was the county’s agricultural heritage.
Project Total Cost: £10,280.00
Grant Awarded: £4,993.00