“Turn the south Wales Val­leys into a na­tional park to safe­guard their fu­ture”

Western Mail - - VIEWS OF WALES -

WHEN we had the mines our beau­ti­ful land­scapes where blighted by the tips. They are now be­ing blighted by the un­sightly wind tur­bines. Re­new­able en­ergy? They do not gen­er­ate enough and ruin the beau­ti­ful land­scapes that we re­gained af­ter the pits.

David Paul

YOU’LL have to tidy it up a bit the val­ley I live in re­sem­bles a land­fill site with the amount of rub­bish peo­ple throw out into the lanes and moun­tain­side... zero re­spect.

An­drew Evans

ONE step to take is to stop the lo­cal kids set­ting light to the Val­ley sides ev­ery time it stops rain­ing. Chris Har­vey-Jones

PLENTY of op­por­tu­ni­ties to cre­ate in­ter­est in the area, and not re­stricted to a na­tional park. Not ev­ery­one just wants to walk.

Carl Thomas Davies

GREAT idea.

Adam Richards

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