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Winter at Tŷ Hyll

Winter at Tŷ Hyll

Pot Mel tea room and honeybee centre will be closed December and January, re-opening February. Gardens and Woodland open throughout the winter. Why not get active and come and help with gardening or woodland management?

Transport in Snowdonia: going backwards?

Transport in Snowdonia: going backwards?

When Llanberis bus service #85 was savaged, people-power brought a swift response and some buses were reinstated. But despite the newspaper headlines, local bus users are far from delighted.

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Discovering Old Snowdonia Houses

Discovering Old Snowdonia Houses

Tuesday 20th January. Come and find out about Snowdonia’s oldest houses, the techniques for discovering their age, such as tree-ring dating, and what the houses reveal about the people who lived in them.

FREE heathland Ecology course for volunteers

FREE heathland Ecology course for volunteers

Join the Snowdonia Society and Pensychnant Conservation Centre to explore the ecology of heathlands. 26th and 27th February

January Volunteer Workdays

January Volunteer Workdays

Our upcoming volunteer workdays for the month of January 2015.

Have your say!

Have your say!

in the Local Transport Plan Consultation This is your chance to comment on the Draft North Wales and Mid Wales Joint Local Transport Plans 2015- 2020.

Cwm Idwal, Wales’ first National Nature Reserve, celebrates 60th anniversary.

Cwm Idwal, Wales’ first National Nature Reserve, celebrates 60th anniversary.

Established in 1954, Cwm Idwal encapsulates the story of our efforts to protect the most precious places.

Network Rail rethink plans to floodlight National Park beauty spot.

Network Rail rethink plans to floodlight National Park beauty spot.

Local campaigners believe that Network Rail may finally have ‘seen the light’ over their controversial and unauthorised plans for Llandecwyn Halt, part of the Pont Briwet development.