February 2014

National Park Authority reaches new heights in a bid to restore footpath erosion damage

Spectacular scenes will unfold this week as over 400 tonnes of crushed stone are airlifted by helicopter and taken to a remote section of the famous Offa’s Dyke to resurface a section of the footpath.

National Park announces redundancies

Last Friday (7th February) Members of Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority took the difficult decision to formally approve one voluntary and six compulsory redundancies and to reduce services to accommodate the impact of a 13.06% cut in the National Park Authority’s funding which will require savings of some £650,000 over…

Wales’ first International Dark Sky Reserve celebrates its first anniversary

Celebrations are taking place across the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park this month to mark the one year anniversary of being Wales’ first International Dark Sky Reserve.