Montgomeryshire, also known as Sir Drefaldwyn in Welsh, is named after the town of Montgomery and is located in the central part of Wales.

Montgomeryshire covers a beautiful rural area with rolling hills, river valleys, and scenic landscapes. The River Severn, the longest river in the UK, has its source in the region. Important towns in Montgomeryshire include Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes, and Machynlleth, all have charm and their own unique history.

About Our Branch

The Montgomeryshire Branch actively responds to planning applications and challenges contentious issues which may affect Powys.

The following Local Authority is within our Branch area:


Join us

The Montgomeryshire 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.

Our Contact Details

Chair: Brett Kibble
Telephone: +44 (0)1938 552525
Email: [email protected]

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