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£17,463
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    Weʼve raised £17,463 to Raise funds to support and protect Penrhos Nature Reserve.

    Holyhead, Anglesey, North Wales
    Funded on Monday, 31st October 2022

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    We are raising funds to help protect Penrhos Nature Park. Its wealth of biodiversity is at risk from development into a holiday village. In an area of outstanding natural beauty, 25% + of our woodland will be felled.

    Penrhos Nature Park is situated on the beautiful coastline of Holyhead, Anglesey. The park is home to may rare species of flora and fauna. It is also the home to a stronghold of RED SQUIRRELS amongst many, many other species. Yet it is at risk from developers.

    Loved by the locals and tourists alike, the park brings in more than 10,000 tourists during the year. It is a much loved and needed environment of the local community.

    We must protect Penrhos Nature Park, in an area of OUTSTANDING NATURAL BEAUTY, from becoming a holiday village. Planning application started in motion by Land and Lakes nearly 10 years ago. It went against 11 Welsh policies! Letters of concern came from THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE TRUST and RSPB, alarmed at the plans in process. Local residents objected and fought. YET this OUTLINE planning was PASSED! The story is long and twisted to say the very least and now Penrhos Nature Reserve stands on the edge of destruction!

    The DISCHARGE OF CONDITIONS relating to part of the application is now with council. The fate of our woodland left in their hands. Biodiversity is in grave danger!

    We remain concerned about the potential impact on the AONB and adherence to national guidance. (PPW5) relating to it.

    Penrhos area in particular is already a valued environmental resource for Anglesey providing opportunities for a range of activities benefiting the health and social well-being of many thousands of people.

    WE MUST DO ALL THAT WE CAN TO SAVE OUR TREES! OUR WOODLAND!

    PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT AND HELP US RAISE FUNDS TO SEEK THE BEST LEGAL COUNCIL WE CAN.

    Thank you.

    Facebook: savepenrhosnaturepark Twitter: @penrhossave

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      Supporters

      699

      • Lania Mlynarczyk

        Lania Mlynarczyk

        Oct 23, 2022

        Another little donation 🍁🍂🧡

        £5.00

      • Ex pat

        Ex pat

        Oct 18, 2022

        £10.00

      • Nigel barnes

        Nigel barnes

        Oct 17, 2022

      • Laura

        Laura

        Oct 16, 2022

        One of the best places to go for long coastal walks.Don't spoil it's beauty and habitat

        £5.00

      • RuthLivingstone

        RuthLivingstone

        Oct 14, 2022

        £50.00

      • Levinia Taylor

        Levinia Taylor

        Oct 13, 2022

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Oct 13, 2022

        We will fight & fight!!.

        £100.00

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      Lisa Black

      Lisa Black

      Holyhead, Anglesey, North Wales

      Save Penrhos Nature Park! Help us Protect our woodland, our trees, our wildlife. We are raising funds to help with our battle to protect our natural environment against developers. The funds will help us to get the best legal council we can to protect our natural life.

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