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The Snowdonia Society is a charity working to protect and enhance the special qualities of Snowdonia and to promote their enjoyment in the interests of all who live in, work in or visit the area. Support our work by becoming a member, or making a donation.

Volunteer with us!

Help keep Snowdonia special by becoming a Snowdonia Ecosystem Project volunteer!

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National Parks Matter

National Parks Matter

Update 21/12/14 The Snowdonia Society has submitted a response to Stage 1 of the Welsh Government Review of Designated Landscapes, emphasising that our National Parks are working and need evolution rather than radical restructuring.

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?

Snowdonia Society News

The upland Roman roads of Snowdonia

The upland Roman roads of Snowdonia

Talk and meal (optional), Monday 2 February, Caban. David Hopewell of Gwynedd Archaeological Trust will talk about the distinctive archaeology of upland Roman roads in Snowdonia...

Reduce your inheritance tax!

Reduce your inheritance tax!

Leaving a bequest to a charity will reduce the inheritance tax due on your estate. But did you know that leaving more than 10% of your estate to charity will reduce your overall inheritance tax rate?

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

February Volunteer Workdays

February Volunteer Workdays

Our upcoming volunteer workdays for the month of February 2015.

A look back at 2014

A look back at 2014

Over the past year, 54 events and workdays have been held, and our merry band of volunteers has tackled them all head on!  

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.