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CADWCivil Air Defense Warning
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The answer is they will all open their doors to the public this summer and Cadw, the Welsh Government's historic environment service, is inviting other heritage organisations in Cardiff to do the same.
Later in the afternoonWrexham Council's Conservation Officer made CADW aware of the demolition work that had taken place.
Now Coed Cadw has launched a petition that highlights the varying canopy cover in some Welsh towns - it's as low as 4.
A spokesperson for Cadw said: "The proposed price of admission to Cadw sites remains modest in comparison with similar iconic attractions in Wales.
Cadw is itself experimenting with its own micro-generation schemes.
Now is such an important time for restoring ancient woodland," said Nigel Douglas, of Coed Cadw.
The move is expected to raise an additional PS400,000 annual income for Cadw at a time when the body faces a PS150,000 cut in its funding from the Welsh Government in 2014-15.
Cadw, which operates at arm's length from the Welsh Government with a remit to protect Wales' historic environment, has statutory powers to protect buildings deemed of architectural importance.
Coed Cadw (the Woodland Trust) is running its MOREwoods programme in conjunction with the generous grants already available from Forestry Commission Wales to help landowners to plant trees for these and many other benefits.
Cadw has teamed up with Dark Sky Wales to host the event that will consist of talks with astronomers, stargazing sessions and a constellation presentation within a mobile, digital planetarium.
May I suggest Cadw place a preservation order on the New Theatre, a much more worthy project.
As part of this charge, Cadw manages 129 properties which are in state care.