Japanese Knotweed: Also known as Japanese bamboo due to the appearance of its stems. A tall perennial plant it can grow up to 2-3m in height with leaves arranged in a zig-zag pattern on the stems, small white flowers appear between July and October. It’s another invasive non-native plant and regularly makes headlines due to…
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.
BBPS and BBNP have a Volunteer Day this Saturday October 20th. The Society works with the National Park Authority to help keep the footpaths we all use in good repair and to help restore land under pressure from walkers. Volunteers are always required. There is a Volunteer Day this Saturday, which is short of at…
DOWN to EARTH DAY : A CPRW Public Symposium on the Well-being of our Soil Yes, the answer does lie in the soil and if you’ve ever wondered what those answers are the Brecon & Radnor Branch of the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales are hosting an inspiring day of talks and discussions…
Guided Walks and Events
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.
Click on the link on the right to see the Walks Programme.
In addition, the Society holds a series of talks in the Bear Hotel, Crickhowell. Click on the link for the events coming up soon.
We also monitor the Rights of Way in the National Park. Click on the link on the right to see the latest information on problems.
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.