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20/10/2013

A rural free-for-all or improved clarity on just where recreational users can go in our Welsh Countryside? Rachel Garside investigates.

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Mon 21 Oct 2013 05:30

Open Access and Working on the Edge of a Peninsula

A rural free-for-all or improved clarity on just where recreational users can go in our Welsh Countryside? Land owners fear the consequences of new proposals from the Welsh Government's access legislation in Wales review as a Green Paper is expected later this year.

How much do you know about Llewelyn the Great? A new network of walking, cycling and driving routes in Snowdonia with a history lesson on the Princes of Gwynedd thrown in

The bright pink flower on red alert ......the Deptford pink exists in only a handful of locations and if you thinkyou've seen it growing, take a photo and send it to Biodiversity@carmarthenshire.gov.uk

The big business from a small kitchen in a coastal village on the Llyn Peninsula -Daffodil Foods was recently awarded a two year contract by the NHS in Wales to supply its patients with healthy and nutritious yoghurts.

And the sculptor using driftwood and other materials she finds on the beach near her home on the tip of the Gower Peninsula.