Chair: Jonathan Colchester
Secretary: Dr. Christine Hugh-Jones
Membership Secretary: Anne Payne
Visit our web site: http://www.brecon-and-radnor-cprw.wales/
The Brecon and Radnor Branch of CPRW covers the old historic counties of Brecknock and Radnorshire. Rural and sparsely populated, mountainous to the south, this area contains few towns of size. Rural towns, villages and scattered settlements are set within the landscapes of broad, sweeping uplands and fertile valleys of the Beacons and Black Mountains, and the rolling hills of Radnorshire. A large part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, administered by the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, lies within this area, the remainder of which is administered by Powys County Council, the largest unitary authority (by land area) in Wales.
The Brecon and Radnor Branch of CPRW works to further the national charity’s charitable objectives by:
- Campaigning to secure the protection and enhancement of the area’s landscape and environment, recognising the importance of its communities and of Welsh culture;
- Acting as a centre for the collection and provision of advice and information on matters affecting the goal above;
- Holding public events to discuss issues relevant to the goals above.
More members means a louder voice and greater effectiveness in our campaigning. We cannot do what we do without your support. Please do become members and help us to campaign for the protection of our environment and wildlife, the prosperity of our local towns and settlements, and proper support for our major local industries, including farming and tourism.
For the latest branch news and more information, please visit our web site.