Snowdonia Society news & campaigns

  • Trees for the future

    As you may be aware, The National Trust are planning to plant 20 million native trees over the next decade as part of their Woodlands Appeal Scheme. While increasing the overall coverage of trees is important of equal importance is the provenance of these trees. This is why the National

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  • Watch our 2020 AGM online

    View reports and presentations from the Snowdonia Society’s first-ever virtual AGM, held via Zoom with trustees, staff and dozens of members on Saturday 17 October 2020.

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  • In case you missed it…

    John's 'Nature of the Carneddau' talk is now available to watch online.

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  • Mending our Mountains: The PyG track, Snowdon

    An even busier summer than usual, combined with periods of traditionally Welsh weather and the inability of footpath maintenance to take place during lockdown, has left the paths leading to the summit of Snowdon in a rather sorry state. Thankfully, a small team of our volunteers were on hand on

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  • “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness”

    The mists may have given way to lashing rain at the moment, but this line from Keats' poem, Ode to Autumn, has been in my mind awhile.

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