Clwydian Range could become Wales' fourth National Park!
If the proposal comes to fruition it would mark the cumulation of more than a decade of lobbying for the area to be given National Park status.
Already designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), supporters of the idea believe it would not only afford the region greater environmental and planning protections, it will also boost local tourism businesses.
If successful, it would make the Clwydian range Wales’ fourth national park alongside Snowdonia, the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons.
First Minister and party leader Mark Drakeford said he was bowled over by the Clwydian Range during a recent visit.
He said: “We have three fantastic National Parks and we are going to create a fourth.
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