Pembrokeshire Coast projects receive recognition at National Park Protector Awards
Two projects that help people volunteer and enjoy a range of activities in Pembrokeshire’s great outdoors were recently recognised in the 2023 National Park Protector Awards, which recognise the individuals and groups who go above and beyond in and for National Parks.
Welsh Water to create record amount of graduate opportunities
Welsh Water, the only not-for-profit water company in England and Wales, has announced that it is creating a record number of graduate opportunities for 2024. The company is inviting applications for its latest intake of new talent, with opportunities on offer being split across a wide range of roles.
Pet-cation: new data reveals the best locations in the UK to take your dog on holiday
Staycations are still popular amongst Brits, with 75% of Brits intending a UK overnight trip over the next 12 months. There are many benefits to taking a staycation, from skipping delayed flights and cancellations to discovering new parts of the UK. Plus, one of the many advantages which could be swaying Brits to staycation is that you don't have to leave your dog at home.
Police and Crime Commissioner publishes findings of scrutiny review into Dyfed-Powys Police’s management of stalking and harassment perpetrators.
Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn has today published a report on a Deep Dive review his Office has undertaken which scrutinises how Dyfed-Powys Police manages perpetrators of stalking and harassment. The report includes several key recommendations for the Force to consider as they look to improve their response to policing stalking and harassment.