To build a safe and accessible path from St Dogmaels to Poppit Sands Beach. This will enable pushchairs, wheelchairs, runners, cyclists and walkers a safe route to the beach.

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Vince Jones
4 years ago
I run the road between the beach and St Dogmaels. It's lovely, but very dangerous. A safe route would draw extra visitors and encourage healthy lifestyles

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Mary Parry
4 years ago
I'm signing this petition because this route is part of the wonderful Pembrokeshire and Wales coast path which I am attempting to walk, but I thought that this stretch was very dangerous. Mae'n beryglus iawn.

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Gwion Thorpe
4 years ago
Regularly travel along this route with my children and this would be a very welcome improvement / investment

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Matt Watson-Power
5 years ago
The area is a real gem and the two centres of activity would both benefit - culturally and financially - from a safe walking link.

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Brendan Goulding
5 years ago
Everyone should be able to access the beach without risk.

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glan morgan
5 years ago
We go to Poppit often with our dog and would like to see a safer way for people and pets to walk


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Theo Davies
5 years ago
I believe this would be a great asset to the people of St. Dogmaels and their visitors

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ROY BRITTON
5 years ago
I think it is about time the roads in the area were brought up to 21 century standards, very little has been spent in improvement to the infrastructure in my lifetime and I'm 73.

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Sheila Williams
5 years ago
The government want us to get & stay active then making changes like this will certainly help and the benefits out way the cost.

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Elizabeth Morgan
5 years ago
As well as this being a much safer option and better for the environment by encouraging people to leave their cars at home, it would also get locals active and healthier which would help the NHS. Would also be another selling point for the area and boost the local economy through tourism.