North and West Wales is in danger of becoming the RAF's playground with consequent deterioration on our quality of life, the tourist industry and our culture. It's application to extend its practices to Llanbedr should be opposed as it will bring little in employment for local people and any small gains are outweighed by the losses. It is directly opposed to Wales sustainability goals due to the increase in the RAFs carbon footprint. Far better use of this area is to use it for sport, educational, leisure, environmental purposes : what about gliding opportunities, ballooning, parachuting, tennis courts and training as tennis is a suitable post covid sport, nature events (consult wildlife trusts) and other attractive civil rather than military pursuits?
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