Apparantly the local people who live near South Stack Cliffs are up in arms about a £5.00 parking charge that the RSPB wan‘t to bring in if the RSPB get the go ahead by the local council. On the RSPB’s North Wales Facebook website members of the RSPB and local people have been strongly opposing the idea and the RSPB locally are not been seen in good light by local people. So the RSPB on top of the £5.00 parking charge say they will trial bringing in an annual season ticket permit for locals that would cost approx £20.00 per year, but that hasn’t gone done to well either. I don’t know what to think about the idea. But after a great deal of thinking I do support the RSPB in this situation. What do others think?
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