Landmark of the Year

By 19th March 2017Campaigns, Save the Conwy

Conwy Falls has been voted as Landmark of the Year by readers of BBC Countryfile Magazine. 

This is fantastic news, as the stunning falls and gorge will doubtless receive a load more national coverage as a result.

 

Plummeting 15m into a cavernous pool, Conwy Falls in the heart of Snowdonia National Park has long been a popular site for visitors. The surrounding woodlands are imbued with magic and wildlife, including polecats and a wide variety of birdlife, while the River Conwy itself is a salmon river and the enchanting gorge of the Fairy Glen is just a short distance away.

Interestingly, the nominations were put forward by former director-general of the National Trust, Dame Fiona Reynolds. Now would be a great time to write to the National Trust.

Director General:
Dame Helen Ghosh,
Director-General, The National Trust,
Heelis, Kemble Drive,
Swindon , SN2 2NA ,
helen.ghosh@nationaltrust.org.uk

Head of NT wales:

Justin Albert
Director National Trust Wales
Wales Regional Office
Priest House
Tredegar House
Newport
South Wales
NP10 8YW
justin.albert@nationaltrust.org.uk

Would you want to be the engineer who has to put forward the proposal to destroy “Landmark of the Year 2017”?

 

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