Snowdonia Society news & campaigns

  • Conwy Falls

    Conwy Falls is Landmark of the Year! the Countryfile Magazine Landmark of the Year Awards. Described by Dame Fiona Reynolds as 'the most magical of all waterfalls' with 'irresistable and irreplacable' qualities.

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    A look back at February

    The wet weather of February didn’t put our hard working volunteers off getting out and doing their bit for Snowdonia! They worked hard to manage woodlands, clear footpaths, plant trees, garden for wildlife and clear bamboo.

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  • View from Snowdon summit

    50 years on and Snowdonia still needs you

    What would Snowdonia look like now without 50 years of volunteers and members giving their time and their money to look after and protect these special peaks, valleys and vistas that you love? Please help us build a Snowdonia Future Fund....

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    Volunteers brave the winter weather!

    Snowdonia Society volunteers certainly seem to be celebrating our 50th anniversary year in style! In January, they worked over 200 hours to protect Snowdonia! What a start to the year for the Snowdonia Society’s volunteering projects. Well done everyone – a fantastic effort!

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    Conwy Falls nominated as Landmark of the Year

    Dame Fiona Reynolds has nominated the Conwy Falls as Landmark of the Year in BBC Countryfile's Magazine Awards 2017. Cast your vote to help protect the beauty of the Falls.

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