Llandre Heritage is a community-based charity, launched in 2003. Its overall mission is to record and conserve the rich historical, cultural and natural heritage around the tranquil environs of the ancient parish of Llanfihangel Geneu'r Glyn, within the area covered by Genau'r Glyn Community Council and the surrounding environs.
25 February 2016 Ray Quant: Ceredigion Coastal Defences
Llandre Heritage arranges a programme of talks and visits, which are reported on in a 6-monthly newletter. This website aims to provide wider access to information about Llandre Heritage, its activities and links with other organisations within the local community. You can find out more about local walks and places of interest, forthcoming events organised by Llandre Heritage, the various projects in progress, and details about the administration of Llandre Heritage. There is also a section on the history of the area.
And if you decide you want to join in, we have membership application forms available as well.
Aims of the Society
To further public benefits by:
• advancing knowledge of the local historical, cultural and natural heritage;
• preserving, restoring and conserving historical features and important wildlife habitats;
• developing community approaches to educational, remedial and recreational opportunities.
AcknowledgementsThe work of Llandre Heritage would not be possible without the help of a large number of volunteers, and generous financial support from various organisations, including:
Aberystwyth Chamber of Commerce, Activate, Adfywio, Awards for All Wales, Ceredigion County Council, Conservation Foundation, Cronfa Eleri, Cydcoed, Environment Wales, Future Communities, Geneu'r Glyn Community Council, Heritage Lottery Fund, Social Risk Fund and Voluntary Arts Wales.