Padarn Reflections is a week long programme of arts events and activities which celebrated Llyn Padarn and its importance to people and wildlife. Working with lots of community groups and businesses we put together an eclectic mix of activities. Click on the link below for the full programme of activities..Mwy / More →
Spring is in the air and a new community group in Llanberis, Friends of Cae’r Ddôl, have secured an award from Grow Wild (supported by the Big Lottery Fund and led by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) to nurture a native wildflower meadow on the shores of Llyn Padarn. The.Mwy / More →
Plumbing and drainage misconnections pollute rivers and beaches throughout the UK. Please check your property is connected right. If wastewater or sewage is connected to a surface water drain you may be polluting Llyn Padarn. Click here to find out how to check your property.Mwy / More →
Tourism businesses located around Llyn Padarn have joined forces in signing the Loving our Lake Pledge to help ensure the lake stays clean and sparkling for the future. Leading businesses are throwing their weight behind the Loving our Lake campaign and are helping to spread the word. Emma Edwards-Jones, Loving.Mwy / More →
Natural Resources Wales Press Release – 18/7/2014 As the half way point in the bathing water season arrives, Llyn Padarn, Wales’s first designated freshwater bathing lake is scoring top results and proving to have excellent water quality. Samples collected every week since the start of the bathing season (15 May).Mwy / More →
Sign the Loving Our Lake Pledge for a chance to win a years supply of Ecover’s phosphate free dishwasher tablets!
Pop into the Caban, Brynrefail over the next couple of weeks to sign up to the Loving Our Lake pledge for a chance to win a years supply of Ecover’s phosphate free dishwasher tablets! The pledge to love our lake: 1. I am changing to ecologically friendly cleaning products, especially phosphate.Mwy / More →
11th June 2014 On Thursday and Friday of last week 173 children from local schools took part in the Llyn Padarn Biodiversity Show in the Canolfan, Llanberis. The children got stuck in with a busy day of science and engineering based activities to learn more about the complexity of managing.Mwy / More →