Sustainable Tourism Wants You (25th january)


Community Led Sustainable Tourism project are gearing up for the release of their  “Community-Led Sustainable Tourism Brochure” in March 2024. This comprehensive pamphlet, available both online and in print, will showcase the region throughout Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter 2024, emphasising the beauty of South West Wales without the need for a car. We aim to highlight businesses, accommodations, and events that contribute to the region’s sustainable tourism.

They say, “ The Community Led Sustainable Tourism Project aims to promote sustainable tourism in South West Wales by simplifying travel options, creating enticing sustainable tourism journeys, and empowering local communities. Through partnerships, collaborative efforts, and the production of a comprehensive guide, this project will make it easy and inviting for visitors to explore the region without relying on cars. By involving local organizations and businesses, we will create a sense of ownership among the communities, fostering sustainable development and enhancing the overall tourism experience.

If anyone would like to add suggestions of what they would like to be included in this brochure, they can do so via the following link;”


They are also giving notice of the launch of their Historic Rail Project. Their first event is next week. They have offered this invitation , “ We will be holding more meetings and anyone interested in joining in should pop us an email and  we will register them you.

This promises to be a significant and inspiring event for all those passionate about our region’s rich railway heritage

Date: January 25th

Time: 11:00 AM

Location: Room 12, 4theregion office- Swansea Train Station”

During this meeting, they will be delving into the fascinating history of our local railways and exploring the vision behind the Historic Rail Project.

“Whether you’re a history buff, a creative soul, or just excited about trains we invite you to bring your unique touch to the project .We’re eager to share our plans for preserving and celebrating this unique aspect of our cultural heritage.

Connect with fellow enthusiasts and community members, share your favorite railway stories, and project contributors who share a common interest in preserving our region’s railway history.

Spread the Word. The more diverse our group, the richer our discussions and collaborations will be. rsvp via email details of this can also be found on our facebook page –

Kitty Parsons

Kitty has forgotten how long she has been here now but she loves Pembrokeshire for its beauty and it's people. She spends her time searching out stories for, swimming in the sea , drawing and painting as Snorkelfish and eating cake. She says " has been an opportunity to celebrate this beautiful county and its people. Keep the stories coming. We love to hear from you."

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