Following the success of our litter picks last year, Plastic Free narberth has decided to hold them regularly the last Sunday in the month. We meet at 9.30 am in Bloomfield carpark and then head out round the town.
Our aim is to raise the profile of the group, increase awareness and improve our own environment.
Please come and join us.
We proivide pickers, hoops, bags and we have some hi viz tabards. All you need to bring is gloves.
It is fun, good exercise and very satisfying.
Next date: 31st March 9.30am Bloomfield Car park
Friends of the Earth are soon to hand in the petition againt the proposed M4 relief road accross the gwent levels. They have over 5000 signatures. If you have not signed please do so now and pass the message on.
There are many good reasons to oppose this hugely expensive road. The Welsh Assembly has a statutory duty to promote Sustainable Development. This proposal is a clear, and possibly illegal, breach of this duty. The Assembly's own environmental regulator and advisory body Natural Resources Wales is against it. There are alternatives and we need to force WG to think again!
Over the coming weeks we are hoping to set up a library of environmental films and books.
which will be kept at Gordon & Karina's in Llanfallteg. We will compile a list of items which will be available on the website.
If you have any items you would like to contribute, please email us and we will arrange to add them to them to the library.
Once it is set up we will plan to bring it to the Film Society and any events we run so that people can borrow and return items to us.
On Friday the 13th as Trump set off for the UK Pembrokeshire FoE members boarded a coach to London.
Our aim to join with thousands of others to show our Government what we think of Trumpism.
While it is easy to laugh at Trump and there were some wonderful banners, the real message is that we reject his right wing, divisive, environment wrecking policies which threaten destruction accross the globe.
We are delighted to report that the application by Egnedol for a Pyrolysis plant at Blackbridge has been rejected by the minister following the report by the Planning Inspectorate.