New coast path threatens farm park

June 2006
Farmers Weekly;6/16/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 24, p14
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This article reports on the claims of Lyn Jenkins of Cardigan Island Farm Park, Gwbert regarding the plans of Ceredigion County Council to create a new path which will cut through three of his fields and then run for about three-quarters of a mile along the coast. According to Jenkins, the footpath will decimate his business, which is built on the idea of charging visitors for coastal access so they can watch a colony of Atlantic grey seals which breed in the caves below the farm.


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