Visitors Asked To Respect The Coast & Countryside
Visitors to two of Carmarthenshire’s most popular attractions are being asked to respect the environment.
Pembrey Country Park and the Millennium Coastal Park attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.
Although the vast majority respect their surroundings, a minority of people cause mess or problems.
They are now being asked to follow the rules to ensure that the parks are a safe and pleasant environment for everyone.
Incidents which have caused concern include unauthorised camping or fishing; lighting fires; dog fouling; littering; and anti-social behaviour.
Carmarthenshire County Council’s executive board member for leisure Cllr Meryl Gravell said: “We are blessed with having the most beautiful coast and countryside at both Pembrey and Llanelli, and we are asking people to help us keep it that way.
“There is a small minority of visitors who cause problems, whether it’s lighting a fire in the woods or dropping litter on the beach.
“We would appeal to them to respect their environment to ensure the parks can be enjoyed by all visitors.”
Anyone who witnesses incidents at the MCP or PCP can report it to park staff, to the council online at i-Local, or call police on 101.
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