• Glyn Rhonwy Consultation

    Snowdonia Society questions how pumped storage project will connect to National Grid. Having obtained planning permission from Gwynedd Council for a 49.9MW pumped storage development at Glyn Rhonwy, Snowdonia Pumped Hydro Ltd (SPH) are now applying to double the capacity of the project to 99.9MW.  This application will be handled as a ‘major infrastructure project’ […]

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    RAW Adventures leads the way

    RAW Adventures have just made a donation of £320 in recognition of the work we do to look after this iconic mountain and its footpaths. Kate & Ross Worthington of RAW Adventures are Business Members and key partners on Snowdonia Society workdays, clearing litter or maintaining footpaths. In connection with their business guiding groups and individuals up […]

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    Archive volunteer needed: Can you help?

    During a recent office tidy-up we unearthed this poster for the Snowdonia Society’s first Public Meeting. It is humbling to see that the vision behind that meeting on Saturday 10th June 1967 remains relevant today. With the Society’s 50th Birthday on the horizon, we would like to make available this  and other evidence of our long history of […]

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  • Looking for older news items?

        See the archive of news items from the old Snowdonia Society website.      

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    Coast to Coast walk raises £320

    Snowdonia Society volunteer Glynis Archer has successfully completed all 197 miles of the Coast to Coast Trail and she wants to thank all those who have supported her. She raised £640 for her two chosen charities: the Snowdonia Society and the Glaslyn Wildlife (the Ospreys). It’s not too late to boost this total by making a donation now! […]

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