Could you be part of the Future Energy industry in Pembrokeshire?

We are thrilled to extend an invitation to learning groups from Pembrokeshire to utilise our industry-standard test facility.

In our endeavour to foster a collaborative learning environment and further the research in marine technologies, we are launching a competition open to Pembrokeshire learners of all ages!

Economic and Social Evaluation of the Outdoor Activity Sector in Wales

In partnership between Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum and the Wales Adventure Tourism Organisation (WATO), this comprehensive survey, involving more than 600 individuals and businesses in spring 2023, identified significant growth in Wales’ outdoor activity sector over the past decade.

Nature Finance Review 2023 Case Study: PCF

The work of Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum around nutrient trading through the Ecosystem Enterprise Partnership is highlighted as a case study in this important area of work.

Ethnic Diversity Toolkit

Discover the Ethnic Diversity Toolkit for the Coastal Sector!

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum is committed to making the coast accessible and enjoyable for everyone. We're sharing Represent Us (Ltd)'s Toolkit to help improve ethnic diversity in placements and create a more inclusive environment for all.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum - Impact Report 2022

As a stakeholder support organisation, the PCF team is proud of our work connecting communities, businesses, organisations and decision-makers. We hope you enjoy reading about our latest impacts and plans! 

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum finalist for Wales STEM Educational Programme of the Year

Marine Code Toolkit – Lessons Learned From Developing The Pembrokeshire Marine Code

There is no doubt that the marine and coastal environment in Wales is crucial, not only in delivering employment in coastal communities but also for the health and wellbeing of our nation.

Our reasons for enjoying the coast are driven by the quality of the environment and the wildlife it supports. Unless this is protected we risk losing the very ecosystems that provide our livelihoods and enjoyment. Managing large marine areas with multiple access points and uses is challenging, and requires significant resources.

Because of this, a voluntary approach to minimising disturbance to marine wildlife was developed in 2002, called the Pembrokeshire Marine Code. The Code focused on developing best practice though stakeholder engagement, education and communication and produced temporal and spatial agreed access restrictions.

This toolkit has been developed to provide an overview of how and why a Marine Code was established in Pembrokeshire and to enable replication in other areas. It is based on over 10 years of learning and covers wildlife species, target audience, training, education, funding and lessons learned.

If you would like to receive a copy of this toolkit, please complete the form below.

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