• Yellow Azalea

    Yellow Azalea Control

    Yellow Azalea Control Booking essential, Free transport from Bangor and Caernarfon The beautiful gardens at Plas Tan y Bwlch are undergoing significant changes. The removal of non-native invasive species is one of these changes. The Yellow Azalea or Rhododendron Luteum is a deciduous plant native to South-eastern Europe and Western Asia. By removing these non […]

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  • Yellow Azalea

    Yellow Azalea Control

    Yellow Azalea Control Booking essential The beautiful gardens at Plas Tan y Bwlch are undergoing significant changes. The removal of non-native invasive species is one of these changes. The Yellow Azalea or Rhododendron Luteum is a deciduous plant native to South-eastern Europe and Western Asia. By removing these non native species, the gardens will have […]

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  • Big Garden Birdwatch

    “Every year, up and down the country, families watch the birds in their gardens and report what they see. Come and join us all this year!” – RSPB A fun, free, family day out. The Snowdonia Society and the RSPB need your help to complete the 2016 Garden Bird Watch at the Ugly House. This […]

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  • Cwm Mynach Workday

    Join us for a day of practical conservation at Cwm Mynach! Cwm Mynach is a hidden valley nestling on the flanks of the Rhinog Mountains. After the Second World War, much of the land was planted up with commercial conifer crops but since 2010, the Woodland Trust has been working to restore this thousand-acre wood […]

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  • Ty Hyll the Ugly House

    Snowdonia through the Lens – Wildlife Photography Talk

    Are you ready for a brand new year of volunteering in our beautiful Snowdonia National Park?.. Kick start your year with the Snowdonia Society by joining us at Tŷ Hyll for an inspirational talk about the beauty of Snowdonia (just in case you’d somehow forgotten over Christmas!). Gary Jones, a professional wildlife photographer from North […]

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  • Snowdonia coffee morning

    Coffee morning, Bethesda, Sat 12 Dec

    Come for a chat about our work over a coffee and delicious homemade cake.

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  • Woodland Workday

    Join us for this month’s woodland tasks! The upkeep and maintenance of our spectacular woodland depends on the generosity of our fantastic team of dedicated volunteers. Whether you’d like to help out with our bird survey or you fancy something a bit more physically challenging like footpath maintenance, join us to tackle this month’s woodland […]

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  • Christmas Wreath Making

    Struggling to think of the perfect Christmas gift? Or just wondering what to do on a cold and wintery Sunday afternoon… Why not get festive and join the Snowdonia Society at the Ugly House to create a Christmas Wreath? We will be heading out to the woodland to collect materials for your wreaths, warming up […]

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  • Bats of Snowdonia

    Join the Snowdonia Society at Trebo​r​th Botanic Gardens on the 7th of December when Sam Dyer, local bat expert, will be giving us an introduction to the bats of Snowdonia, their conservation and what threats face them.  Sam is a fantastic speaker and is extremely knowledgeable about all things batty.  This talk is not to […]

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    Alder Coppice

    Alder Coppice Booking essential, Wellies required We are teaming up with the Natural Resources Wales, Abergwyngregyn Reserve Managers to coppice the Alder woodland at Abergwyngregyn. The Alder woodland is split into several sections and rotated through a coppicing program over 10 years. The purpose of coppicing the Alder is to promote new growth in the […]

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    Y Dref Werdd Rhododendron

    Y Dref Werdd Rhododendron Booking essential, Free transport from Bangor and Caernarfon We are proud to announce our partnership with Y Dref Werdd of Blaenau Ffestiniog, as we team up against the mighty Rhododendron. Rhododendron Ponticum is one of the top 3 invasive species to Wales and it is easy to see the damage that […]

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    Footpath Maintenance and Litter Pick

    Footpath Maintenance and Litter Pick Booking essential. Free transport available from Bangor and Caernarfon. As part of an agreement between the Snowdonia National Park Authority and the Snowdonia Society, we will be undertaking the maintenance work on this newly linked multiuser route, where both cyclists and walkers can now walk from Rhyd Ddu to Beddgelert […]

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    Rhododendron Removal

    Rhododendron Removal Booking essential Rhododendron is an invasive species to Wales. In a partnership between the Snowdonia Society and the Snowdonia National Park Authority, we have been removing Rhododendron from Bryn Gwynant Youth Hostel as part of the Nant Gwynant and Beddgelert Rhododendron removal project. Our aim is to free the valley from this invasive […]

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  • Marine Mammal Survey

    Working with the SeaWatch Foundation, who will give a talk in the morning, we will be undertaking a land-based survey, recording sightings of marine mammals, which may include harbour porpoise and bottle-nosed dolphins. Welsh waters are known to host healthy populations of both of these species and collecting data on their distribution helps to highlight […]

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  • Cors Bodgynydd Workday

    Help clear the conifer invasion on the wetland at the beautiful Cors Bodgynydd!

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    Ty Hyll Tidy – Litter Pick

    Help us keep Ty Hyll Tidy!

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  • Wildlife Gardening and Pond Maintenance

    Wildlife Gardening and Pond Maintenance at Ty Hyll

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    Snowdonia Marathon

    Help us man the Beddgelert feed station.

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    Rhododendron Removal with Dingle LNR Volunteers

    Rhododendron Removal with Dingle LNR Volunteers Booking essential Rhododendron is an invasive species to Wales. In a partnership between the Snowdonia Society and the Snowdonia National Park Authority, we have been removing Rhododendron from Bryn Gwynant Youth Hostel as part of the Nant Gwynant and Beddgelert Rhododendron removal project. Our aim is to free the […]

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  • plas-tan-y-bwlch-volunteers

    Yellow Azalea Control

    Yellow Azalea Control Booking essential, Free Transport from Llandudno Junction, Bangor and Caernarfon The beautiful gardens at Plas Tan y Bwlch are undergoing significant changes. The removal of non-native invasive species is one of these changes. The Yellow Azalea or Rhododendron Luteum is a deciduous plant native to South-eastern Europe and Western Asia. By removing […]

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