Snowdonia Society news & campaigns

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    Notice of the Annual General Meeting

    Notice of the Snowdonia Society Annual General Meeting Saturday, 17 October 2015, 2pm Dragon Theatre and Barmouth Community Centre Jubilee Road, BARMOUTH, Gwynedd  LL42 1EF Director John Harold urges all members to take part in the AGM, “I’m keen to hear your views on important issues, our work and our

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    Autumn magazine

    The autumn issue of the Snowdonia Society magazine is now available. Read the magazine on-line. In the Editorial, Society Director John Harold says: “Autumn in Snowdonia: earthy woods ripe with fungi, storm-filled rivers fit to bursting, and rare perfect days projected onto the hills from a blue sky. Our National Park is worth

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    Help protect Snowdonia’s footpaths

    Join the Big Pathwatch! Join the Ramblers‘ ambitious campaign to protect and improve our glorious footpaths in England and Wales. Please also take part in the Welsh Government’s consultation on Improving opportunities to access the outdoors for responsible recreation, to which the Snowdonia Society is putting together a response. (See below.) Do you love your local footpaths

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  • Snowdonia Society Christmas cards

    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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  • Pylons in the SNP

    Picture this … but without the pylons!

    Today a spectacular corner of Snowdonia National Park moves one step closer to freedom from the blight of giant pylons National Grid have announced the final shortlist of 4 sites for their £500m Visual Impact Provision project, which will see sections of high-voltage lines undergrounded in National Parks and Areas

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