Monday, 27 March 2017

Pembroke v Balfour Beaty










Balfour Beaty NO TREES WERE HARMED BY US

Sunday, 26 March 2017

Conservation Area Pembroke




 Poorly laid paviours
Balfour Beaty have cut off fifty per cent of the roots of mature trees.
Leading to branch fall and death.

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Spring good and bad

 Result of persuading Area Maintenance team not to mow until June
Run off more soil sent to sea. PCC could prosecute but many are  farmers

Friday, 17 March 2017

THIS WAS A SINGLE STORY TERRACE TWO DWELLINGS IN THE NATIONAL PARK


Was a Pembrokeshire traditional terrace of two cottages
EXPLANATION PLEASE

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Come to Sunny Pembrokeshire Disneyland by the Sea

A completely developed, wild life exterminated sterile man made entity everything subservient to the Profit Motive and Lower Taxation.
Shiny bright clean all surfaces sterilized by atmospheric pollution .
Air Quality Officer "if I cannot smell it not interested"
 Quote Council " saves us spending taxes to keep it clean"
National Resources Wales "we depend on on companies self monitoring we no longer have the the staff.
SOON BREXIT WILL GIVE MAY TOTAL FREEDOM FOR ALL TO DEVELOPE AND EXPLOIT

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Pembroke pollution

 The 21 I was thinking of using my pressure washer to remove complete coverage of moss
Today completely clean
 My fountain into the fish pond fed by water off the roof nothing living completely clean
The long established grey lichen is  dead wood completely clean
IF IT DOES THIS TO LICHENS WHAT DOES IT DO TO US 
MASS POISONING

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Pembroke Pollution 220217

 Last night heavy rainfall  all wooden surfaces grey covered in lichens  washed clean and bleached
Last time it happened was when Pembroke power Station came on stream it took months for the lichens to recover. Whatever they used to flush their systems was done at night and then totaly denied

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_pollution

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Little Gates Pembroke ten years on


Ten Years ago after two Public Enquiries this right of way was confirmed,sToday still blocked"
 You will soon be dead " PCC and West Wales Naturalists  both could enforce but will not

Monday, 16 January 2017

Pembroke Mill Pond

Development is supposed to respect the strip on the edge of the Local Nature Reserve
This latest developer after many complaints has erected a tall fence to prevent disturbance to the resident wildlife.
IN CONTRAST to the developer of the site below who cut down as may trees as he could, now he or she should be made to conform with Planning Conditions

Sunday, 18 December 2016

Out with the chain saws

The Mill Pond Local Nature Reserve is supposed to have a wildlife strip with trees to allow

wildlfe to nest etc This builder has form.

Saturday, 3 December 2016

Pollution Pembrokeshire

 Farmers Union of Wales
25 days to save Pembrokeshire agriculture and kill off more wildlife and CONTINUE the pollution of ALL Pembrokeshire water courses in the process.
If you do not believe me remember the growth of poisonous green algae  on every stream river pond and estuary,not visible now as the cold has killed it off but it will all come back
All watercourses have out of date sewage treatment plants near their sources,
 the recently opened works at Lamphey has added to the problems for the Top Middle and Castle ponds  Pembroke.
Despite the very best efforts by Natural Resources Wales Bosherston Lily Ponds are silting up under the management of the National Trust.
We have tried voluntary agreements to control the pollution of our water supplies by a few obdurate farmers
It has  not worked
The Water Supply comes from Llys y Fran down the Cleddau extracted and treated at Cannaston Bridge.
Every year when cattle are let out to pasture life threatening microorganism are in the their faeces  flushed off the river banks and cause serious illness affecting the old and the young
Ian Campbell rutger The Green Pembroke Sa714QE   01646621449

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

161116 No action on agreed concerns about Pembroke Ponds

DEspite Dyfed Powys Police Pembroke Town Conncil Complete inaction NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE BY ANYONE RESPONSIBLE TO IMPLEMENT AGREED ACTIONS

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Pembroke Ponds

 I thought we had seen this last in the 1970s
 Castle Pond dead overnight no water weeds water clear Any Ideas?

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Nitrogen Free Zones Pembrokeshire

Natural Resources Wales have issued proposals to defend the freshwater resources in South Pembrokeshire by creating Nitrogen Free Zones
THERE IS A DETERMINED CAMPAIGN BY THE FARMERS UNIONS TO OBJECT AS IT INTERFERES WITH  THEIR AGRICULTURAL PRACTISES
PCC ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENFORCING LEGISLATION ABOUT RUN OFF BUT REFUSE TO DO SO
We only have to visit any watercourse  and estuary to see the growth of green algae is increasing daily.
The nutrients come from sewage and drainage outfalls. From agricultural run off and semi treated water from Sewage Treatment Plants
Many will argue that the green algae are cosmetic, but they are very dangerous producing toxins dangerous to pets and humans
Our water supply travels from Lly y Fran to the treatment plant at Cannaston Bridge ,each year when the cattle are let out to pasture there is a flush of animal waste containing dangerous parasites and bacteria
This is treated as Summer Flu, and in the absence of Environmental Health officers is no longer reported
Myself and  elderly neighbours have been bed ridden for days a few needing seven days in hospital
The only treatment available to Welsh Water is to add more than legal levels of chlorine, you can taste this in late spring.
All the rivers in South Pembrokeshire hav a sewage plant on the upper reaches and dams that stop fish from spawning
YESTERDAY THOUSANDS OF FISH CAME UP TO THE BARRAGE TO REACH THEIR SPAWNING GROUNDS ALL BLOCKED OFF BY MAN MADE BARRIERS WHICH ARE NO LONGER MANAGED

Sunday, 2 October 2016

Birds

Water Birds in great numbers feeding on the flats various duck geese waders
My once a week drive twenty miles in  narrow lanes
Black birds flocking , jackdaws crows rooks ravens the occasional magpie preparing for winter
one flock of passerines (too far away to identify)
Starlings appear to have passed through  , very early