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About Us

The Society is an independent charitable organisation that exists to support and promote the special qualities of the Brecon Beacons National Park. We are entirely staffed by volunteers and welcome new volunteers at any time. You can find out more about us by clicking the link below. You can also join our Facebook page using the link below.

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Alliance for National Parks (Cymru)

The Society is an active Member of the Alliance, along with the two other Park Societies in Wales and other bodies interested in supporting and promoting National Parks in Wales. This is an important part of the Society's work to ensure that the National Parks are preserved for future generations to enjoy.

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What we do

The Society works on a number of programmes and initiatives, which aim to enhance the unique features of the National Park. You can find out more about what we are doing by clicking on the links below. If you are interested in helping out with these projects please contact us – more volunteers are always welcome!

International Dark Skies Reserve

Restoring Dry Stone Walls

The Brecon Beacons Trust

Forest Fawr Geopark

We also publish a colour magazine,
The Beacon  half yearly, sent free to Members.

Details of our comprehensive walking and events programme can be found by clicking on the links above.




Planning Matters

The Society monitors all planning applications in the National Park and comments on those that we feel sufficiently important. There is also a growing archive of correspondence over the last year on planning matters. If you have a concern about a proposed development, please contact us via the contact form by clicking the link below.

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Brecon Beacons National Park

The National Park

The Brecon Beacons National Park contains some of the most spectacular & distinctive upland formations in southern Britain. It lies on the border between Mid Wales and South Wales and is home to waterfalls, forests, market towns and the highest peak in southern Britain.  

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