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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Aberclwyd Manor at Derwen near Corwen has 4 acres of gardens and opens to the public for the National Garden Scheme, NGS, about which some of you will know. Irene Brown has kindly agreed to open especially for our members of FoCRDV. There is a charge of £3.50 per head and afternoon cream teas can also be available at an additional £3.50. I will need to check intentions nearer the time, to give Irene warning of numbers etc.Dysgu rhagor »
Visit the award-winning Woodland Skills Centre in the heart of the AONB near to Bodfari. You can come for the morning or for the whole day. In the morning, a talk about the history and work of the Centre - the courses in traditional crafts, work with schools and families and the social prescribing programmes with children and adults with a wide range of disabilities and problems. The timber frame buildings - why and how they were built and how they…Dysgu rhagor »
A walk through the 40 acre woodland looking at how it is managed for people, wildlife and profit and the successes in the range of wildlife that is there. If you would like to join the afternoon walk then please bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided.Dysgu rhagor »
In 1282, Edward 1st in his conquest of Wales, captured the town of Denbigh. His trusted Lieutenant, Henry de Lacy, immediately started to build the castle. It was captured and held briefly by the Welsh under Madog ap Llewelyn, but then lost again. It was severely damaged in the 17th Century civil war and is now in need of a little care and attention. Paul Williams, CADW's Custodian off Denbigh Castle has agreed to provide a guide for a guided…Dysgu rhagor »