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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.
Postcards from Pembrokeshire
The film company Cinetig will use SDF funding for a project to work in partnership with two Pembrokeshire schools (Tenby Junior and Ysgol Bro Ingli) and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authoriity to make two animated films about the impact of tourism in Newport and Tenby. Cinetig have over ten years experience of projects of a similar scale and significance The children will be involved in researching, scripting, storyboarding, designing the art work and animating the films. These films will then be used in the National Park Visitor Centres in Tenby and Newport to raise visitors awareness of the impact of tourism in an area of great natural beauty and the need to manage it sustainably. In addition, the DVD will be part of a teacher's resource pack, which will also include a booklet based on children's artwork and creative writing as well as follow-up teaching resources. This will be used by the National Park education team in junior schools within Pembrokeshire, to raise awareness of the need to manage tourism to ensure that it does not have a negative impact on the local environment. The films will support the new geography curriculum for Wales under the “understanding places and environments change and the need for sustainability”
Project Total Cost: £45,860.00
Grant Awarded: £15,000.00