Cilrhedyn Woodland Centre: A new approach Utilising the facilities at the Cilrhedyn Woodland Centre to facilitate, support and develop people to better use the natural resources of the region.
The study recommended that there is sufficient evidence that a successful future can be achieved. The project would encourage involvement of local residents and other participants based on the case studies completed.
Cilrhedyn will require, as part of the required rejuvenation, to offer a wide range of services, in common with all the case studies reviewed, if it is to attract future tenants and to meet the business and skills objectives of Coed Cymru and Tir Coed. While other projects have demonstrated that the synergies and networks offered within a shared location can prove a key attraction, and contribute greatly to wider objectives, Cilrhedyn is starting from a very low base in terms of immediate footfall or supply chain relationships. Creating the type of networking and external trading relationships that sustain a number of the case study examples will require engagement with a wide range of partners, customers and other like-minded organisations.
”This study had sustainable development at its core and tackling poverty and social exclusion a key feature achieved through business incubation units and training to create local opportunities for local under and unemployed in area.”
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Arwain Sir Benfro and the LEADER Programme concluded in December 2021 once all projects were completed and funding exhausted. There is now no dedicated support upon the completion of the LEADER Programme in Pembrokeshire. Should you have any queries, PLANED as the previous administrators, may be able to assist, or similarly for wider questions on the LEADER Programme in Wales, please contact the Wales European Funding Office (WEFO).