Category Archives: CMS at work

Society showcases the Cambrian Mountains

On 16th and 17th May trustees of the Cambrian Mountains Society manned a stand at the Royal Welsh Spring Festival in the showground at Llanelwedd. There was a very encouraging interest shown by members of the public and we had many conversations … Continue reading

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CMS June event at National Library

THE NATIONAL TRUST IN WALES A talk organised by The Cambrian Mountains Society by JUSTIN ALBERT Director for Wales of The National Trust at THE DRWM The National Library of Wales Aberystwyth. Followed by wine, refreshments and live harp music in … Continue reading

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Natural Resources Wales annual scrutiny

The Environment and Sustainability Committee of the National Assembly of Wales carries out an annual scrutiny of NRW, helped by comments from interested parties, such as the Cambrian Mountains Society, whose response to the current review can be read by … Continue reading

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Royal Welsh Spring Festival 16/17 May

The Cambrian Mountains Society will be taking a stand in the Floral Hall at the Royal Welsh Spring Festival, at Builth Wells on 16/17 May. Billed as ‘the number one event for smallholding, gardening and sustainable living’ and ‘ a … Continue reading

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Iolo to give Dafydd Dafis Memorial Lecture

Cambrian Mountains Society presents THE DAFYDD DAFIS MEMORIAL LECTURE — WALES From Mountain Top to the Sea An illustrated talk with the renowned Naturalist & Wildlife Television Presenter and President of the Cambrian Mountains Society Iolo Williams — Venue The … Continue reading

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Independent Review of Designated Landscapes in Wales

The Cambrian Mountains Society has submitted its views to the Independent Review of Designated Landscapes in Wales, commissioned in September by the Welsh Government, and chaired by Professor Terry Marsden of Cardiff University. Click here for information about the review Click here … Continue reading

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Ceredigion draft Renewable Energy Guidance

Cambrian Mountains Society has responded to the recent Ceredigion County Council consultation on its draft Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) on Renewable Energy – part of the draft Local Development Plan. Click here to read the draft SPG on Renewable Energy … Continue reading

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CMS response to Powys Local Development Plan

Powys County Council has recently consulted on the Deposit Draft (July 2014) of its Local Development Plan 2011-2026. Click here to read the Society’s response.  

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CMS responds to CAP cross-compliance proposals

Common Agricultural Policy Reform Welsh Government Consultation on its Cross Compliance Proposals for 2015 Click here to read the Welsh Government Consultation Document Click here to read the Society’s response

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“Back to the Future”, Drwm, Aberystwyth, 23rd May 2014

Report and photos by Alun Jones   The guest speakers, both from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in Lampeter, were Jane Davidson (Director of the Institute for Sustainable Practice, Innovation and Resource Effectiveness) and Professor of Archaeology David … Continue reading

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