The Forum, set up in 2000, is an independent association, funded by membership fees and donations.
It aims to promote the benefits of public transport and to work for the provision of effective, integrated public transport systems.
It supports the transport policies of the Welsh Government [WG] which are directly linked to its policies on the environment, rural development, sustainability and social exclusion.
Tourism in North Pembrokeshire
Visitors from all over the world have come to see:
- The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park,
- Bluestone Country in the Preseli Mountains,
- The cathedral town of St David’s, the Abbey at St Dogmaels and
- Fishguard’s Last Invasion Embroidered Tapestry.
Transport in North Pembrokeshire
- Fishguard ferry services link Ireland to the UK and Europe.
- Rail services connect with the mid-day and mid-night super ferry services. Five additional daily trains, added in September 2011, have greatly improved Monday - Saturday services.
- Main line bus services link Cardigan, Fishguard and Haverfordwest, and Fishguard, St Davids and Haverfordwest.
- The T5 TrawsCymru bus service via Cardigan and Fishguard provides direct connections with rail services at Aberystwyth and Haverfordwest; as well as connections from Fishguard (on the 410 bus) with rail services at the Fishguard and Goodwick and Fishguard Harbour rail stations.
- A variety of community transport services are aimed at meeting the transport needs of travellers in both rural and urban areas.
- A growing network of cycling and walking paths offer opportunities for both recreational and utilitarian journeys.
The Forum Executive Committee
Stephen Hale, Chairman
Hatti Woakes, Secretary/Treasurer
Andrew Campbell, Sally Francis, Sophie Hurst, Mike James
Emma Lewis, Raymond Llewhelin, Mike Phillips and Mary Smith.