Press releases for May 2010
As Wales Sustainability Week (17-23 May) gets underway next week, the timing couldn’t be more perfect for nine diverse tourism businesses from Brecon Beacons National Park and Powys to celebrate their gold medals from the Green Tourism Business Scheme in its FIRST Welsh pilot project. (For release 14th May 2010)
Last week local tourism entrepreneurs from the Brecon Beacons National Park got a chance to broaden their horizons, develop new business ideas with like-minded tourism operators and enjoy some Cornish sea air at an educational trans-European exchange visit held in Newquay, Cornwall. For release 10th May 2010
Happy memories of the successful Crickhowell Walking Festival were rekindled last week as the winners of its first photographic competition were announced.(For release 10th May 2010).
Brecon Beacons National Park Authority’s new online reporting system has led to its first successful prosecution of illegal off-roaders using a restricted byway in the National Park. For release 10th May 2010
Visitors out for a walk to South Wales’ tallest waterfall ‘Henrhyd Falls’, will now have much more to see and hear thanks to over £20,000 worth of improvements on the Nant Llech Trail in the Brecon Beacons National Park. (For release Thursday 22nd April 2010)
Visitors to the Guardian Hay Festival are being invited by Brecon Beacons National Park Wardens to a series of family inspired farm walks held during the Festival period.For release 28th May 2010
Some people walk the walk (in the Brecon Beacons that is) and some people talk the talk but with the launch of four new audio podcasts in the Brecon Beacons National Park you can now listen to the talk as you walk. Just plug in your ipod or MP3 Player headphones, press play and let our locals take you on an insider’s tour of the Upper Swansea Valley this summer. For release 28th May 2010.