We arrange events and activities to enable people to discover, enjoy and protect the heritage of this beautiful landscape.

Our events are open to all members normally free of charge, and often open to members of the public who are interested in finding out about the area.  We actively use Eventbrite, and ask those who wish to attend to register so that we can ensure the correct safeguards are in place.

At present we are allocating the task of events organisation to one Trustee per month, so we can take advantage of our Trustees skills and interests…..we hope you will enjoy the varied events calendar.

Post Covid, we hope to work closely with the AONB Out and About Programme, to add the events we feel will be of interest to our members, more widely on our own Events calendar.

If you have any ideas, or would like us to consider organising something on your wish list, which reflects our aims of sharing the AONB – please contact us and we will endeavour to make it happen.


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 gwneud hynny gysylltu â ni.

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Walk and Talk at Rhydymwyn Valley Works Nature Reserve

July 26 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


The Friends of Rhydymwyn Valley will take us on a tour of this site highlighting the beautiful flora and fauna and wildlife the site now holds.

The morning will begin at 10am with a welcome by Sue Grundy at the visitor centre then we will set off to discover the site. The tour will finish around 1pm where you are welcome to enjoy your own pack lunch outside the visitor centre on the picnic benches or inside the visitor centre.

The site covers 86 acres to the south of the village of Rhydymwyn in a U shaped valley. The western side of the site is semi-ancient deciduous woodland with an understorey of wild garlic, snowdrops, bluebells and orchids. The River Alyn flows in from the North West corner of the site and follows the western side of the valley. The site is now home to 7 reptile species, 8 species of fish, 17 species of butterfly/moth and 8 species of bat. 67 bird species have nested or been observed on the site.

Free to attend, but please do register your attendance on the link below.

Please note:

• The route is along paths and tracks. Paths are generally good but there are some sections that are uneven.

• The route is wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly.

• The walk is easy to medium grade.

• Participants will need to dress appropriately for the terrain and weather.

• Plenty of free parking.


July 26
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Rhydymwyn Valley Works 17 Nant Alyn Road Rhydymwyn CH7 5HQ
Rhydymwyn Valley Works, 17 Nant Alyn Road,
Rhydymwyn, Flintshire CH7 5HQ United Kingdom
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