This year’s SWOAPG AGM will be via video-conference on 23 Nov at 6.30pm. It would be great to have a good turnout from the outdoor activity provider sector: please let us know in advance (RSVP using the button on the event listing, or by e-mail) if you are planning to attend, so we can prepare … Read more
SWOAPG Members / instructors might be interested in getting involved in this project with free programmes in sustainable land management and construction – see attached flyers.
We have received the following message from Richard Hill: “Whilst placing the Radon monitors in Aggy last night I popped my head into Eglwys Waterfall entrance as someone had mentioned to me that it had changed. The entrance has been cleared and the St Patricks Passage sump has been dried out to allow access to … Read more
We have just been made aware of a consultation by the Environment Agency on future boat registration fees for rivers they manage – which include the Wye from Hay and the Lugg. This consultation closes tomorrow (16 Sep), but SWOAPG members might like to have their say on whether fees should be introduced for these … Read more
As many of you will be aware (since many of you contributed to the Spring 2021 programme!), SWOAPG has been supporting the community of professional cave users by assisting with the provision of radon monitors in caves across South Wales. The ‘final’ round of monitoring now needs to be undertaken to complete the seasonal coverage, … Read more
SWOAPG Members and other Providers might be interested in the following Carbon Literacy training – with apologies for the short notice: Online Course: Carbon Literacy for the Outdoors & Mountain Sports – Patagonia Action Works “Protect Our Winters UK (POW UK), a registered charity that inspires and equips the UK outdoor sports community to take … Read more
Powys County Council has just issued the following update, The newly-formed SWOAPG ‘Wye Working Group’ will be considering the implications, but please feel free to let us know your thoughts… “Dear all, “I am writing to update you about the progress of the Habitat Regulations Assessment for canoe launching from Upper Glas-y-Bont common. Please accept … Read more
The latest issue of the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority Waterfall Country Update is available here – including news about the free trial Pontneddfechan Park & Ride scheme (Sat, Sun and Bank Holidays until 5th Sept), which Providers might like to encourage their clients to use!
Following our recent reminder about the disabled parking bays in Dinas Rock car park… …we’ve been asked to remind Providers: not to allow their clients to park in the residents’ bays near the Village Hall; and to remember to drop some cash in the honesty box by the door if you or your clients are … Read more