Member Organisations

TENP members (updated February 2013)

Organisation Website Description
Badger Watch and Rescue Dyfed

To protect badgers and wildlife in general.  To carry out wildlife surveys in developments

www.badger-watch.co.uk
Campaign for Protection of Rural Wales www.cprw.org.uk Campaigning for the enhancement of the landscape
Countryside Council for Wales; www.ccw.gov.uk WAG’s independent advisor on countryside and wildlife issues in Wales
Cylch – Wales Community Recycling Network www.cylch.org.uk ; To promote waste minimisation, refuse, recycling and composting in the community.;
Cymdeithas Cwm Arian / Hermon Community Resource Centre www.cwmarian.org.uk ; Community Forum Association;
Dale Environment Group We undertake local projects (restoring windmill, clearing limekilns, repair footpaths. We keep an eye on local issues and liaise with other bodies as appropriate
Farms for City Children; www.farmsforcitychildren.org  ;
Freecycle Pembrokeshire; http://freecycle.org ; The Freecycle Network®  a grassroots and entirely non profit movement of people keeping useable stuff out of landfills, helping to cut consumerism and keeping our carbon footprint low by re-homing items locally.
Freshwater East Community Association Community group open to all residents in Freshwater East with an environmental group sub-committee.;
Friends of Pembrokeshire National Park www.fpnp.org.uk To assist, for the public benefit, in the protection, conservation and enhancement of the Pembrokeshire National Park .;
Friends of the Earth, Pembrokeshire http://www.foepembrokeshire.co.uk Promote sustainability policy and practice;
Haverfordwest Improvement Project A non-profit making community group formed to improve the cultural, educational and sporting wellbeing of the town
Keep Wales Tidy www.keepwalestidy.org ; Environmental charity working to create a ‘clean, safe and tidy Wales.’
Lammas; www.lammas.org.uk An organisation established to pioneer and;promote low impact development as one solution to the challenge of rural sustainability.
Light Spirit; www.lightspirituk.com To empower and encourage a holistic approach to living, honouring self and the environment.;
Live Lightly www.livelightly.co.uk ; A not for profit social co-operative, dedicated to engaging schools, ;community groups and disadvantaged people in sustainable activities
Llanteg Community Association; www.llanteg.co.uk Village community group
National Trust; www.nationaltrust.org.uk ; Conservation of landscape, wildlife and historic property.;
Newport Area Environment Group; To increase understanding of, achieve and campaign for, local, national and global environmental sustainability.
North Pembrokeshire Transport Forum; To work for the provision of an effective integrated transport system in the North Pembrokeshire area.;To promote the benefits of transport and works towards the greater use of public transport systems.
Pembroke 21C Community Assocaition Ltd www.pembroke21c.org  We have a range of environmental projects from the regeneration of the Pembroke Millponds and Holyland Community Woodland, to a local food project, reducing Pembroke’s carbon footprint
Pembrokeshire Biodiversity Partnership; www.biodiversitypembrokeshire.org.uk ; A collection of organisations and individuals working to conserve, promote and enhance biodiversity in Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire Darwin Science; www.darwincentre.com ; Engaging with schools, community and the public an issues such as environmental sustainability, cutting edge science and work in the communtity.
Pembrokeshire Frame Limited; www.pembrokeshire-frame.org.uk ; Frame provides education, training practice for work and employment opportunities to persons with or recovering from mental ill health and/or a learning disability, through the operation of a community re-use project and a horticulture project
Pembrokeshire Historic Buildings Trust; To inform about the built heritage of Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire Ramblers; 1) Organising a regular programme of walks;2) Promoting walking for health.;3) Promoting increased access to countryside by monitoring existing footpaths and promoting new footpaths.
Pembrokeshire South East Energy Group; 1) To promote, for the benefit of the public, all forms of energy conservation and all forms of  sustainable, renewable energy ;2) To advance the education of the public in the need for the conservation of energy, and the desirability of all forms of sustainable, renewable energy;
Sustrans; www.sustrans.org.uk Sustrans is the UK’s leading sustainable transport charity working on practical projects so people can choose to travel in ways that benefit their health and the environment.
The Princes Trust Cymru -Pembrokeshire Adventure Centre www.pembrokeshire-activity-centre.co.uk ; The Princes Trust works with young people to help them in the lives and support them to make important choices about their future
Transition Bro Gwaun www.transitionbrogwaun.org.uk ‘Transition Bro Gwaun’ is a community initiative in North Pembrokeshire promoting local economic and social resilience in response to the global challenges of resource depletion and climate change
PLANED www.planed.org.uk The Valuing the Environment links community environment groups in Pembrokeshire through sharing of good practice, workshops and training.;
Eco Centre Wales www.ecocentre.org.uk ; Promote and support activity that reduces the negative impacts of energy use on the environment.
YHA (England & Wales) Ltd; yha.org.uk; Youth Hostel accomodation
Pembrokeshire Against the Cull http://www.pembrokeshireagainstthecull.org.uk
Cilgwyn Community group www.ecocymru.org;
Haverfordwest Transition; http://www.transitionhaverfordwest.org.uk
Marine Conservation Society http://www.mcsuk.org
Narberth Allotments  
Narberth Transition Group  
Pembrokeshire Transition Network;  
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales  www.welshwildlife.org 
LocalEyes
Glandwr Village Shop
Span Arts

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