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A Party to Celebrate 30 yearsA Party to Celebrate 30 years

You are invited to join us

For a party with food, drink and a twmpath Celebrating 30 years of Pembrokeshire Friends of the Earth

Saturday 8th July 7pm

Canolfan Pentre Ifan, Felindre Farchog, Crymych, SA41 3XE

Food provided by the Transition Cafe

Music by Julie Murphy and Ceri Matthews





Local Elections May 2017Local Elections May 2017

Friends of the Earth Cymru have issued some useful guidance on the forthcoming local elections next week, to help you to question candidates on what they are likely to do in office to do to improve our social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being, and help shape a sustainable future.  They also outline 10 proposals to promote our well-being.


Say No to Experimental Gasification plant at BlackbridgeSay No to Experimental Gasification plant at Blackbridge

Egnedol has applied for planning permission to build a large biomass and waste Gasification Plant in Blackbridge, Milford Haven.  There are huge concerns regarding this plant, from the risks of explosion and high air pollution, and increased transport of fuel.  The company has no track record of using this technology, and no company has yet made this technology work in the UK.  The public has until 2nd February 2017 to send in objections to this application.


Leading Politicians to Speak Up on Climate ChangeLeading Politicians to Speak Up on Climate Change

Two leading Welsh politicians, Eluned Morgan AM and Simon Thomas AM, have agreed to give a high priority to climate change issues at the Welsh Assembly following recent meetings with members of Pembrokeshire Friends of the Earth.


Dyfed Reinvest - divestment campaignDyfed Reinvest - divestment campaign

It's time to get Welsh pensions and public money out of fossil fuels!  Pembrokeshire County Council, as part of the Dyfed Pension Fund, has an astonishing £64.8m of public money directly invested through workers’ pension funds in fossil fuel companies like BP and Shell, with a further projected £76.5m in indirect fossil fuel investments.

We think that fund members and taxpayers won’t be happy to learn that their money is tied up with such a risky and polluting industry that contributes so greatly to climate change.


EU referendumEU referendum

In or out that is the question

For Friends of the Earth the main focus is the impact of the EU on our national and global environment. In the 70’s and 80’s Britain was known as ‘the dirty man of Europe’ spewing out sulphur dioxide and dumping raw sewage into the sea. Some argue that we would have improved this anyway, but the reality is that EU directives forced the British Government to act. The Haven itself was designated as a SAC by the EU.

So what would happen if we leave?


Next meeting

Thurs 4th May 7.30pm
in Freshwater West

Come after you've voted!
Email info@
foepembrokeshire.org.uk for directions


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