To: Pembrokeshire County Council
No 4G mast in Llangwm, Pembrokeshire (Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages)
Please do not put up a large 15 metre high 4G phone mast and base station in Llangwm (REF: 16/1207/PN).
Why is this important?
The villagers have not asked for this mast. There is no proven need or demand for a Vodafone mast. Such a mast would be out of keeping with the area, an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of Pembrokeshire Coastal National Parks. It is within 500m of the local primary school and all the inhabitants including children and the elderly in between.
We are all concerned about the potential and far-reaching health risks associated with this new technology especially for the many children and ageing population in Llangwm.
We also think it will be an unsightly and unnecessary addition to our pretty Pembrokeshire village. Many tourists come to Llangwm (as featured on Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages) to get away from things like masts and enjoy what a rural village has to offer. This mast will be in full public view on entering the village and visible from most of the houses situated within it.
This has not been put to the public vote or any kind of democratic process. No planning supposedly necessary. The landowner lives elsewhere so he will just take the money offered and have no adverse effects to his lifestyle.
Please add your supporting vote. We need as many objections as possible. Why should Vodafone be able to put these things anywhere they like?