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60 parks in Wales have been awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award, with a further 56 given to community-run green spaces.
Top of the class was Neath Port Talbot which was given 16 in total, with Margam Park among those getting a Green Flag for the first time.
Neath Port Talbot was given the most Keep Wales Tidy awards for 2013 - five Green Flags, and 11 for community engagement.
Welsh Government Minister for Culture and Sport, John Griffiths, said: “Great parks and green spaces are fundamental to the quality of life of our communities. Wales is privileged to have so many quality green spaces and the Green Flag Award is instrumental in raising the standard of these spaces."
A record number of parks and green spaces in Wales have been given prestigious Green Flag Awards, by the environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy.
60 parks and 56 community-managed green spaces have earned the right to fly the Green Flag in 2013/14 - being recognised as quality public areas, receiving long-term care, often with local community involvement.
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A record number of parks and green spaces in Wales have been recognised for the quality of their environment and community involvement.