Have your say to help more people access the National Park and you could win £50

Posted On : 15/12/2020

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority needs your help to shape a new project that aims to ensure everyone is able to access and enjoy the National Park.

Whether you’re a resident or a visitor, the Experiences for All project wants to hear from you. As well as helping to kick off get the project, offering your opinion will also give you the chance to win £50.

National Park Authority Discovery Team Leader, Graham Peake said:

“The National Park is there for everyone to enjoy but we need to make sure we do everything we can make it accessible to as many people as possible.

“The aim of the Experiences for All project is to understand why some people, including under-represented groups aren’t able to make use of what the National Park and Park Authority have to offer and the reasons some choose not to.

“This survey will help us find out more about the barriers that people face, where changes are necessary and how much progress is being made as the project continues.”

A group of 3 people including a wheelchair user on a country road

The Experiences for All project has been commissioned by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority with financial support from the Welsh Government. The project is being delivered by Dilys Burrell with support from Responsible Tourism Matters.

How to have your say