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Gwyn

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Joined: 23/10/2007
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Snowdonia Access.
Posted: 19/01/2008 16:26:50
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The Snowdonia National Park Authority must re-appoint the membership of both the North and South Snowdonia Local Access Forums by April, 2008.
Contact, Barbara Jones, SNPA, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6LF Tel. 01766 770274 or parc@eryri-npa.gov.uk
Closing date is February, 29. 2008.
IP: 172.215.64.172
royfellows

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Joined: 13/06/2007
Location: Great Wyrley near Walsall

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Posted: 21/01/2008 10:47:56
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I am not sure what this is about?
Is it overground or underground access?
I have never hear of this before, could you please tell us more?

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Posted: 21/01/2008 12:09:02
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Put "snpa access forums" into Google and follow your nose. It's to do with the CROW Act, which is highly applicable to Gwynedd; I don't know how it would apply to your area, Roy, but it might be worth investigating.
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