CPRW turns 90!
To celebrate our 90th Anniversary CPRW will be holding an exciting exhibition in Gwynedd at Plas Brondanw. Plas Brondanw is the family home of architect Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis, creator of the Italianate village Portmeirion.
The exhibition will run from 1st - 22nd July 2018 and will feature portraits of our members and the key figures of our movement over the years as well as paintings, photographs and collages of the wonderful Welsh countryside submitted by our talented supporters.
As Clough Williams-Ellis was a founding member of CPRW, a past President and life-long supporter, we will be focussing on his contributions to the organisation as well as celebrating our achievements in nearly a century of determined campaigning.
We are very grateful to the Susan Williams-Ellis Foundation for making this event possible.
Stay posted for more exciting events for our anniversary.
What’s happening in your area?
With 13 CPRW branches across Wales, there’s bound to be something exciting in your area to get involved with. Our branches organise local events, campaign against insensitive planning and fundraise for our wider work. Join your closest branch to support your local community and defend your unique landscapes.