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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.

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

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National Parks Matter

National Parks Matter

Update 19/3/15 Review of Designated Landscapes in Wales: Stage 1 report published, emphasising several points which the Snowdonia Society made in its submission on the value of National Parks to Wales and makes 6 recommendations..

Don't leave only footprints!

Don't leave only footprints!

Take another step and leave a lasting imprint that will help ensure that Snowdonia remains a very special place for future generations to enjoy. 

Leave a legacy!

Snowdonia Society News

Job vacancy

Job vacancy

We are looking for a Growing Tŷ Hyll Officer who will develop and deliver practical volunteering, education, and engagement activities including wildlife gardening and woodland management at Tŷ Hyll.

Cwm Glas hydro scheme – what is happening in Wales’ wildest landscape?

Cwm Glas hydro scheme – what is happening in Wales’ wildest landscape?

Snowdonia Society calls for action on developers flouting planning permission

NO PRESENTS please!

NO PRESENTS please!

How often have you made such a plea to friends or family only to receive a fattening box of chocolates or a pair of gloves you will never wear? One of our supporters solved this problem and raised over £1,000 to keep Snowdonia special.

Flora Locale Training Snowdonia

Flora Locale Training Snowdonia

This summer the Flora Locale Training Programme features our own John Harold, who will be delivering courses in urban meadow management and Managing woodlands and gardens for wildlife and sustainability.

 

A bridge too far: Local Authority engineers fail to respect National Park

A bridge too far: Local Authority engineers fail to respect National Park

Overengineered and overspecified, this new bridge exemplifies what happens when a process is followed without the application of common sense.

Workday update

Workday update

Silver studded blue butterfly, black ants and gorse!