Folly Farm

Entrance Kiosk & Souvenir Shop – Pembrokeshire

A specifically designed building was required to accommodate the ever increasing visitor numbers and the projected future demand.

The insulated timber frame was installed between the steel portal frame built off reinforced pad foundations, clad with cedar timber and finished with anthracite grey aluminium doors and windows. Externally the ground was contoured to allow a 1:12 access gradient with grass, tarmac and fencing added to enhance the farm and building ethos.

The proposed building will act as a feature entrance point for visitors with 10 undercover kiosks and a souvenir shop at the exit from the site.

Glazed side walls were installed along the visitor entrance walkway from the car park to allow views of the souvenirs on offer.

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Ken Morgan

I qualified for Registration as an Architect in 1975; my qualifications are B.Sc. (Environmental Studies) with First Class Honours and Bachelor of Architecture (Wales) with Distinction. I remain in the practice as a Consultant Architect working reduced hours alongside Aled and the team.
I try to positively contribute to Narberth Rugby Club, which I am a vice president, and also the local Whitland & Narberth Rotary club where I have been a member for 38 years (and counting). With more free time me and my wife are able to travel on more long weekends where we enjoy walking and experiencing different cultures.

Llew Bevan

Llew Bevan
After completing my A levels at Ysgol Y Preseli I joined the practice in August 2018 and am currently in my final year of an Architectural Technology degree at the University of Wales Trinity St. David, Swansea. My role includes the initial property surveys, completing the as existing layouts, production of concept drawings and submission of planning applications.
My hobbies include Rugby, running and I am a member of the Pembrokeshire County Darts Team and also compete in the PDC Challenge and Development tours in venues around the country.

Simon Lewis

Simon Lewis
I joined the practice in 2005 and obtained my degree in Architectural Technology from Pembrokeshire College in 2012. Whilst involved in all aspects of the project my predominant input is detailing the design drawings and submission of building regulations applications and construction stage issue.
Raised in Saundersfoot I now have a wife and act as an unofficial taxi to my three children. In my spare time I enjoy, squash, cycling, swimming, running and in 2016 I completed Ironman Wales. I also enjoy walking the dog and am a coaching assistant for middle distance running at the Pembrokeshire Harriers where my daughters contest.

Aled Davies

Aled Davies
All my 22 years experience has been obtained in the same seat with my journey beginning with Ken Morgan Design & Building Management Ltd once I completed my A Levels at Ysgol Y Preseli. I obtained my HNC, HND and Foundation Degree at Pembrokeshire College and completed my degree in Architectural Technology with first class honours from the University of South Wales, Pontypridd in 2007. I became a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) in 2015 and sole director of Ken Morgan Design & Building Management Ltd in 2020.
A.D. Architectural Design Consultants Ltd was formed in 2023 with Ken Morgan taking a consultant Architect role within the company.
I was born and raised within 15 miles of Narberth on the Preseli mountains and have settled in Crymych with my wife Sarah and two children, Aria Lili and Cian Hedd. Outside of work and family commitments I try and squeeze in a round of golf or get out on my bike whenever possible.