From craggy cliffs in Llŷn to heather-draped hills in Carmarthenshire, Wales’ natural landscapes have shaped our national consciousness. Our mountains and valleys are the backbone of our identity.
But these wild places are vanishing. Encroaching towns pollute the darkness of our skies while even the National Parks – which CPRW campaigned for over 80 years ago – are at risk from open cast mining, reservoirs and holiday villages.
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.