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20% member discount

20% member discount


Did you know that Snowdonia Society members benefit from a 20% discount at Cotswold Outdoor? Join the Snowdonia Society now to take advantage of the discount.

Conwy Falls to Fairy Glen Hydro

Conwy Falls to Fairy Glen Hydro

Round about April 2014 RWE will put in for planning permission for a fairly large hydro scheme. Members and trustees of the Snowdonia Society met up with Bill Langley from RWE to get an overview of the scheme.

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Coast to Coast completed

Coast to Coast completed

Glynis has successfully completed all 197 miles of the Coast to Coast Trail and raised £550 for her two chosen charities. Help boost her total and make a donation now! "I made it into Robin Hood Bay on the 16th April at...

May workdays

May workdays

Bringing beach cleans and BBQs, wetland work and scrub clearance and not one but two evening talks May has something for everyone.

25% extra free!

25% extra free!

If you are a UK tax payer, Gift Aid adds 25% to the value of all your donations and subscription at no extra cost to you or us. But the rules have changed. Please help us make sure your Gift Aid declaration is up to date...

Visit the Natural Building Centre

Visit the Natural Building Centre

Tues 29 April - Join us on a visit to the Natural Building Centre at Plas Tirion, Llanrwst. A rare opportunity to see how traditional building materials  are being used and promoted in the on-going restoration of the C16th house.

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 new series of events at the famous Ugly House – Tŷ Hyll. Find out how to plant a nectar bank on May Day, 5th May.

A successful year for young people in Snowdonia

A successful year for young people in Snowdonia

The Snowdonia Society's Active Eryri project has had a busy and successful year. Thanks to funding from Gwirvol, the Society was able to facilitate young people, from a variety of backgrounds, to attend our conservation workdays.