Natural Resources Wales
Golygfa Gwydyr has been gifted sole management rights to seven hectares of the Gwydyr Forest by the Natural Resources Wales. This site is known as Caerdroia and contains the mile long Labyrinth Pathway.
Golygfa Gwydyr is partnered with Cilydd on our Community Tourism Project. Cilydd is a group of independent cafes, bistros, hotels and bookshops which form a trail across North Wales.
Golygfa Gwydyr is partnered with Celticos on the Community Tourism Project. Celticos offers Walk & Ride tours and craft and hobby courses in Snowdonia and Anglesey.
We are members of the Conwy Rural Partnership, Wales Rural Forum, CVSC, Conwy Rural Community Network. We have also received support from Conwy County Council, Forestry Commission Wales, Environment Wales, The Tudor Trust, Snowdonia National Park, Menter Iaith Conwy, the Arts Council of Wales, Voluntary Arts Wales, Gwirvol, Goleuo, the Strategic Insight Programme at Bangor University, and Rural Families First.
Currently much of our funding comes from grant aid but we are planning to become more self-sustaining over the next five years.
Llanrwst in Bloom – www.facebook.com/bloominllanrwst/
Golygfa Gwydyr has been supported by Conwy Council, Wales Rural Forum and Datrys
Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru