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Newsround

June 2014

Interested in a career in conservation management? Then a series of taster days run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority could be just the opening you need.

The Authority is running three taster days in July to introduce people to a new traineeship project, Skills in Action, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund Skills for the Future scheme.

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Read more: Park Authority Offers Taster Days For Careers In Conservation

June 2014

An increasing number of people are making the most of Pembrokeshire’s world class walking opportunities thanks to the continuing success of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Walkability project.

The project, which is part-funded by a Support for Life grant obtained by the Friends of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, helps people of all abilities to enjoy the spectacular countryside and coast around them.

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Read more: Pembrokeshire Coast Walkability Project Strides On With A Little Help From The Friends

June 2014

The Open Spaces Society, Britain’s oldest national conservation body, has published its manifesto for the 2015 Westminster election. It is calling on politicians of all parties to support these policies.

Says Kate Ashbrook, the society’s general secretary: ‘Good-quality paths and green spaces are vital to people’s well-being and they support the economy too. So we are urging politicians to adopt policies which protect and promote commons, greens, other open spaces and public paths.’

‘In summary, we propose that everyone should have access to good-quality green space close to their home, and we suggest how this can be done.

‘We have called for a reversal of the damaging new law which makes it impossible to register land in England as a village green where that land has been earmarked for development.

Read more: Open Spaces Society Urges Politicians To Back Its Manifesto For Green Spaces

June 2014

The past month has been filled with success for our Welsh shearing team.

Back on the 16 May, Gareth Daniel and Richard Jones were joined by Ian Jones to successfully defend Wales’ Six Nation’s machine shearing title at the Balmoral Show, Northern Ireland. Wales won the event when it was first held in 1963, and has now won 13 times, including three in the last four years.

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Read more: Shearing Success For Wales Across The Irish Sea

June 2014

The pinnacle event in the British agricultural calendar is fast approaching with the four-day Royal Welsh Show being held on 21- 24 July at the showground in Llanelwedd.

A huge pull for thousands of visitors from across Wales, the UK, Europe and the rest of the world, the spectacular summer show attracts nearly quarter of a million visitors each year.

The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society is proud to be one of the last major agricultural shows in Britain which still provides free parking for people attending the three main events – the Spring Festival, the Royal Welsh Show and the Winter Fair (it costs £8.50 to park at the Royal Highland and The Royal Ulster charges £7.50).

Read more: Free Parking Continues For Over 46,500 Cars At This Summer’s Royal Welsh Show

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