Those who like to go walking
in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park have until January 31st to take part in a public consultation exercise over a draft recreation plan published by its governing authority.
It is available online and those keen to look at it and pass comment to make sure the needs of walkers are looked after may wish to contribute to discussions.
Head of Recreation and Tourism at the authority Charles Mathieson said: "We want to give everyone the opportunity to influence the Plan so that it reflects the needs of all the users living, working and visiting the National Park."
Figures contained in the plan from its 2007-08 visitor survey showed 23 per cent of people took in walks of over two hours when in the national park, while 65 per cent enjoyed short walks.
Formed in 1952, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park covers an area of 621 sq km and has 418 km of coastline, more than all the other UK national parks combined.