|Penally with the South Beach, sand dunes and Tenby Golf Club links|
The Beautiful Welsh Coastline
We all love and appreciate the beautiful, varied and spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline. This has been changing and altering throughout the ages. This change will continue as a result of rising sea levels. The towns and villages of Wales are mostly situated on the coast and therefore will be exposed to this unstoppable development.
Pembrokeshire South East Energy Group will kick off their Autumn programme on the 16th September with an extremely interesting talk on some of the changes that will happen to the Welsh Coastline as a result of these rising sea levels.
Richard Ellis, the National Trust Head Warden for Pembrokeshire, will be explaining the how some areas of coastline will have to be allowed to be claimed by the sea and the resulting changes to some low-lying villages, roads and other amenities.
This talk coincides with the publication of a Consultation Paper Lavernock Point to St Ann's Head produced by Halcrow on behalf of a number of local authorities. There will also be a public exhibition at the De Valance Hall on Wednesday 15th September 2010 (12 noon to 8.pm). The draft SMP2 will be available in local libraries and council offices for people to see for themselves the proposed time-scales for areas that can be protected or will have to left to the sea.
As PSEEG's area extends from Amroth to Manorbier and so will be affected by these changes we are pleased to be able to give any member of the public the opportunity to come along to the meeting on the 16th September at the Regency Hall, Saundersfoot at 7.00pm to hear some of the options and choices currently under review from an expert.
|18th June 2010||Visit to Costain at Canaston Bridge: Not Costing the Earth|
|16th April 2010||Feed in Tariffs: Power to the People|
|12th March 2010||Heat Pumps & Photo Voltaic Panels: Prepare for the Goodlife|
|12th February 2010||Parliamentary Candiates at Green Question Time in Saundersfoot|
|15th January 2010||Weather & Climate: A Question of Energy|
|4th December 2009||Sustainable Community Ventures: Regeneration in Pembrokeshire|
|13th November 2009||Community Initiatives: Sustainable Wales leads by example|
|16th October 2009||Climate Change Challenge for Candidates & Micro-generation with wind turbines|
|2nd October 2009||A Visit to Castle Pill Wind Farm: Quiet blows the wind|
|11th September 2009||Renewable Sustainable Energy: An Energy Survey for South East Pembrokeshire|
|10th July 2009||A talk by Lorraine Dallmeier of Infinergy: Wind Power - Pembrokeshire's Potential|
|12th June 2009||St. Oswald's, Jeffreyston - Pembrokeshire's Beacon of Sustainability|
|24th April 2009||Solar Panels: Three Cheers for Sunny Pembrokeshire|
|13th March 2009||Ashton Hayes Community Energy Reduction & Hot Water From the Sun|
|13th February 2009||Could Pembrokeshire go carbon neutral?|
|14th November 2008||Environment Wales to provide 'Start-Up' Funding for PSEEG|
|17th October 2008||PSEEG to become a Registered Charity|