Marking the 150th anniversary of the death of George Everest, Chris Barber will be taking us from the town of Crickhowell to the summit of Mount Everest. His talk and film-show will be at The Bear Hotel in Crickhowell at 7.30pm next Wednesday, 14th September. George Everest was a Welshman. He was born in…
Its main purpose is to advance the enhancement, protection and conservation of the countryside and other amenities of the Brecon Beacons National Park for the benefit of the public.
Our observatory at the mountain centre continues to be a great success. Here are some numbers from the Director’s recent report – Since the observatory came on-line in October 2014: 1532 visitors have enjoyed its facilities Since we gained International Dark Sky Reserve status in 2013: 5911 visitors have attended dark sky events For more information…
Ideal for a summer evening, Chris Hatch will be giving us an illustrated talk “In Search of Wildlife with a Camera” on Wednesday 10th August at The Bear at 7.30pm. Chris will explore some of the rich wildlife to be seen and photographed in south-east Wales, and particularly in the Brecon Beacons National Park, before he…
Guided Walks and Events Programme
The Society runs an extensive Guided Walks Programme throughout the year.
The Walks are open to Members and Non-Members and no booking is required. Non-Members are asked for a £5 donation.
In addition, the Society holds a series of talks in the Bear Hotel, Crickhowell.
For details of the Walks and Events, please click on the link on the right.
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!
Join the Brecon Beacons Park Society
Your fees will go to help the work of the Society in preserving the special qualities of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Our Executive Committee and all those who help the Society are unpaid volunteers.