Once again we are teaming up with the Snowdonia Society for another evening of talks and films about the places we love and the people who protect them.
The National Parks and wild spaces of Europe have never been under greater threat, nor have they been more needed.
Hear the stories of two people who fight to protect them. Learn the similarities and differences in their separate struggles.
Where: Neuadd Ogwen, Bethesda (map)
When: Wednesday 19th December – Doors at 7pm, starting at 7.30pm
How Much: Entry is free, but there will be a raffle and a bar both stocked with treats from local companies and our friends. Bring some change!
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John Harold is the Director of the Cymdeithas Eryri Snowdonia Society and a leading figure in the protection of Wales’s largest National Park, Eryri.
Vera Knook is a Dutch Hydraulic Engineer who has taken her skills to the Balkan Peninsula. There she campaigns to protect its free-flowing rivers and pristine wild spaces as the Education and Research Lead for Balkan River Defence.
Don’t miss out on the Welsh premier of the new Save Our Rivers film ‘National Parks Matter’.