Meirionnydd is located in Gwynedd. A county in the north-west of Wales. It borders Anglesey across the Menai Strait to the north, Conwy, Denbighshire, and Powys to the east, Ceredigion over the Dyfi estuary to the south, and the Irish Sea to the west.

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 Meirionnydd Branch actively responds to planning applications and challenges contentious issues which may affect Gwynedd, some of which is in the Snowdonia National Park.

The following Local Authority is within our Branch area:

We support and enjoy a close working relationship with the Snowdonia National Park.

Join us

The 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.

The Meirionnydd Branch is very pleased to announce that after a period of ‘semi-dormancy’, we are back in business!

We have a new Chairman, Wendy Blythe, who will be supported by the Secretary, David Medcalf, and the Treasurer, Colin Roberts, plus Marian Rees and Libby Andrews as Committee members.

Our Contact Details

Chair: Wendy Blythe
Secretary: David Medcalf
Treasurer: Colin Roberts
Telephone: 01938 552525
Email: medcalf959@btinternet.com