We arrange events and activities to enable people to discover, enjoy and protect the heritage of this beautiful landscape. We also promote other similar events in the area.
All our events are public events but anyone wishing to attend is asked to contact the Events Secretary Nev Howell, Trustee and Events Secretary
Contact – 01244 535173, 07850 921295
Rydym yn trefnu digwyddiadau a gweithgareddau fydd yn galluogi pobl i ddarganfod, mwynhau a diogelu treftadaeth y dirwedd hyfryd hon. Rydym hefyd yn hyrwyddo digwyddiadau tebyg eraill yn yr ardal.
Mae’r holl ddigwyddiadau’n rhai cyhoeddus, ond gofynnir i unrhyw un sy’n dymuno mynychu gysylltu â’r Ysgrifennydd Digwyddiadau, Nev Howell(Ymddiriedolwr ac Ysgrifennydd Digwyddiadau)
Rhifau cyswllt – 01244 535173, 07850 921295
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With details of start and duration yet to be decided, Jeff Morgan a member of Friends of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley, will lead a walk in the Llangollen area.Find out more »
A 6 mile walk around Llanarmon yn Ial and Eryrys taken from Ron William's book of 24 Walk in the Clwydian Hills and Dee Valley and led bay Ron Williams. Start at Disused Quarry on B5430 at Grid Ref. SJ 188 579Find out more »
Howards Sutcliffe who is Denbighshire County Council Head of Countryside Services and who has responsibility for the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which includes parts of Flintshire and Wrexham will give a talk about his role and the issues affecting our AONB.Find out more »
At a time yet to be agreed Fiona, the well-known Archaeologist and Historian, will lead a walk/talk to the abbey ruins and the 9th century inscribed stone.Find out more »
Meeting in the slip road to the church and Druid Inn, Neil, a member of FoCRDV,will lead a 5 mile walk which will include the limestone pavement of Bryn Alyn. there will be some hills and uneven surfaces.Find out more »
Neil, the Head Gardener at Plas Newydd, will give a walk/talk around the gardens, originally established by the famous "Ladies of Llangollen" in the late 18th century.Find out more »