Snowdonia Society news & campaigns

  • Salmon ladder at conwy falls

    Save Conwy river and Fairy Glen

      On the River Conwy near Betws y Coed, Conwy Falls and Fairy Glen are a much-loved focal point for local people, visitors, walkers, nature-lovers, anglers, and kayakers.  For many many people they epitomise the best of Snowdonia, the kind of place the National Park exists to protect and celebrate.

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    Christmas cards and Seeds for Bees now available

    Celebrate Snowdonia this Christmas by sending Snowdonia Society Christmas cards, featuring images of Snowdonia by Steve Lewis and Tŷ Hyll in winter by Peter Ogwen Jones. £2.75 for a pack of 5. And if you want to enclose a little gift, what could be better than a packet of our Tŷ Hyll

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  • Maria in training

    Maria is running 5k to protect Snowdonia

    And has already doubled her fundraising target! Maria Jones is well on her way in her training to complete a personal 5k challenge. Hoping to raise £150, she has already more than doubled her target, with a current total of £320! The money raised will go towards the Society’s work of

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  • Walkers in Snowdonia

    Navigation training, Sun 22 November

    Spaces still available And don’t forget to check this month’s events at Tŷ Hyll, which include a Litter Pick on the nearby footpaths, a Woodland Workday and a Winter Wildlife Activity day. Owain is always keen to welcome new volunteers to his volunteer workdays, eg November includes Yellow Azalea Control

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    PUBLISHED: Review of Governance of Designated Landscapes in Wales

    Recommendations support our key points Following our submission of written evidence to the panel on both stages of this important review, we are pleased to see that the recommendations support key points we made in our evidence (read our submission), in particular that National Park Authorities should retain their full planning responsibilities and

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    A year in the life of the Snowdonia Ecosystem Project

    We presented this video update about the fantastic work of the Snowdonia Ecosystem Project’s volunteers at Saturday’s AGM​ (17th October 2015)​. If you missed it (or would like to watch it again) here it is!​ A big thank you to all our volunteers for all their fabulous work over the

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