Clwyd is rich in heritage, scenic landscapes, ancient hillforts, heather-clad hills and historic towns and villages. Tucked in the north-east corner of Wales, to the north lies the Irish sea and west Snowdonia National Park, it is named after the River Clwyd which runs through the area.

Our aim is to make the countryside work for everyone. We are proud to live and work in our area and want to protect the special qualities it holds.

About Our Branch

The Clwyd Branch actively responds to planning applications and challenges contentious issues which may affect Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham, some of which is in the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB.

The following Local Authorities are within our Branch area:

We support and enjoy a close working relationship with the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB.

We produce quarterly newsletters, you can read all our issues on the links below:

Spring 2024 – May edition 

Winter 2023/24 – February edition

Autumn 2023 – September edition 

Join us

The Clwyd Branch always welcomes new members from individuals, families, community councils, corporates to schools. All our meetings are open to any person wishing to learn more about the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales with an intention of joining the organisation.

We love to have members from all areas. Currently, the Wrexham CBC area is under-represented and so the Branch would especially welcome anybody joining us from that region.

Our Contact Details

Chair: Mr Bob Gaffey
Secretary: Mrs Elizabeth Barlow
Telephone: 01938 552525
Email: [email protected]