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Who are they? And so to Lammas. I guess that somebody has to be us. If not us, then who? It might work, it might not, but let’s at least see what is possible. The importance of community by Dave Owen I am a native of West Wales with local connections on both sides of my family going back for several generations. I have seen numerous changes in South Ceredigion and North Pembrokeshire over the last 50 years and feel that many of them have not been for the better. The lack of affordable housing for local people and the breakup of communities in the area have been important issues for me.
I have seen numerous changes in South Ceredigion and North Pembrokeshire over the last 50 years and feel that many of them have not been for the better. The lack of affordable housing for local people and the breakup of communities in the area have been important issues for me. For at least three generations members of my own family have had to work away from the area in order to support themselves. My passion for Lammas stems from the possibilities that I can see in reversing these trends. The chance, in particular, for youngsters to build themselves a home at a realistic price and create a living to raise a family with a strong sense of community is vital in maintaining what is left of the culture of the area which has been slipping away for so long.
In addition, Lammas will conduct, coordinate, disseminate and 33 Low Impact Development in practice produce research about low impact development. Simon Dale On a local level, the project fully intends to integrate with the neighbouring communities. Lammas has already reached out and consulted with the local people on the project and will continue to do so. The Welsh language and culture are very strong in the area, so we have adopted a strong Welsh language policy that supports bilingual communication.