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National Parks Matter

National Parks Matter

Updated 23/7/14 The First Minister is expected to make a statement, following on from the Williams Commission report, about the merging of local authorities in Wales in early July,

All a-buzz at the Ugly House this summer!

All a-buzz at the Ugly House this summer!

Bees, butterflies and other pollinators are the subject of a series of events at Tŷ Hyll, this sumer. Come to our Pollinator-friendly-garden Day on Monday 14 July, 1-4pm.

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Spreading the 'buzz'!

Spreading the 'buzz'!

Honeybees, bumblebees and other pollinators are in decline, due to loss of sources of nectar and pollen. Families and school children have flocked to Tŷ Hyll to learn how to make their gardens better for bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

ARCHIVE VOLUNTEER NEEDED

ARCHIVE VOLUNTEER NEEDED

CAN YOU HELP? During a recent office tidy-up we unearthed this poster for the Society's first Public Meeting. We have much more historic material and need a special volunteer to develop an archive project.

Extra dates for July and August workdays

Extra dates for July and August workdays

Join us for balsam bashing and BBQs, scrub clearance and mammal surveying!

A year in the life of the Snowdonia Ecosystem Project

A year in the life of the Snowdonia Ecosystem Project

 We have worked with over 200 volunteers, and many of you made repeat visits - so a big thank you goes out to everyone who has (quite literally on some occasions!) mucked in.

Trustee wins volunteer award

Trustee wins volunteer award

We are thrilled to announce that a Snowdonia Society Trustee, Margaret Thomas, has scooped a prestigious annual award from Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) for her volunteer work at Tŷ Hyll.

Processed wood, plastic barrels...

Processed wood, plastic barrels...

fishing rope and 100 refuse bags of litter were all found on during our recent Harlech Beach Clean. Read our report and the results of the survey.