LLANGRANNOG Urdd Centre is set to invest more than £70,000 in a new Adventure Zone at the site.

The centre offers activity holidays, family holidays, educational courses, children's summer camps and conference facilities and is looking to improve and upgrade its climbing centre facilities.

The proposal has been given the green light by Ceredigion Council planning officials.

In the application, Bethan Roberts told the council: “This project is about investing in recreational infrastructure in rural Wales in the form of improving and adding value to Llangrannog Urdd Centre

“The new Adventure Zone will consist of the upgrading of climbing centre facilities as well as an exciting new bouldering wall and zip wire. Investment is needed to ensure a high quality level of activity in rural Wales.

“The tower used to support the zipwires will be 3.6m by 3.6m and 10m high. It will be an activity tower on poles at 10m above the ground, complete with steel and concrete anchorage and cable supports

"There will also be an inflatable airbag - approx 2m by 2m.

"The Adventure Zone will be situated within the surrounding 150 acre farm, with breath-taking views of the Ceredigion coastline.

“The natural environment and local resources will be used to create a high value tourist attraction and recreational facility for the local community. The increase in trade and expansion of activities on offer will help the long term financial viability and sustainability of the whole site.”