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Jobs at risk at Brecon Beacons National Park

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Jobs are at risk at a national park as the authority running it looks to make savings of more than £200,000.

The Brecon Beacons National Park Authority said it was reducing its budget by 5% because of Welsh government funding cuts.

Chief executive John Cook met staff to announce a consultation and outline proposals to lose eight jobs.

The authority will meet on 5 February to discuss the proposals and make its decision.

The measures include "significant rationalisation" of visitor centres, reducing office space and sharing IT service management with Pembrokeshire council.

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