ActivitiesUp one level
Adnabod Ardudwy gives you the opportunity to go on guided walks, visit places of interest and enjoy workshops and illustrated talks.
Following the popularity of our programme of activities we will continue to offer more guided walks in Ardudwy during 2008-2009. These will vary from easy, half day strolls to look at the landscape of Ardudwy to longer, upland walks. We will learn how to interpret the cultural and historic landscape and to appreciate the effect of climate and sociological changes. From September onwards, we will take small groups from societies, clubs or groups of friends rather than individuals. All our walks in the hills are dependant on good weather.
A series of talks about Ardudwy will be offered to societies and groups in Ardudwy.
A number of workshops have been arranged for 2008-2009. Some of these will be in the Meirionnydd Archives in Dolgellau, a few may be held in local libraries and at Plas Tan y Bwlch, Maentwrog. In each workshop we are taking advantage of an expert to help us. You will see below some typical workshop subjects in 2008. Some show us useful skills for researching information. Others introduce new subjects. All workshops are for beginners. Groups will be small (about12) and we will hold separate workshops in Welsh and English. Priority is given to Members but others are also welcome. If you are not successful in getting a place, there may well be repeated sessions, so don't give up!
A number of half day visits will be arranged for the autumn of 2008 and 2009. We hope that members will enjoy these opportunities to get to know Ardudwy a little better. Please bring along friends who might also wish to join the Society. We like to keep group sizes to 12 so that everyone can participate and enjoy the peace of the Ardudwy landscape. You will find below some reports of our previous visits. Look out for more dates for repeats and new venues. Let us know if you can offer us access to an interesting farm or farm house for a future visit.
We plan to hold more day conferences during 2008-2009 at Plas Tan y Bwlch. Some will focus on one theme, others on several taster sessions.