Llanberis Graffiti Wall

Here is a video diary of the Llyn Padarn graffiti wall with the graffiti artist Andy ‘Dime One’ Birch and Llanberis youth club. It’s part of the Loving our Lake project in co-operation with Snowdonia National Park Authority.

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Have you got the right connections?

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.  

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Tourism businesses take the pledge to love Llyn Padarn

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.

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Llyn Padarn Biodiversity Show – 7 June 2014

The ‘Loving our Lake’ project team is inviting families, residents, businesses and Llyn Padarn supporters in the Llanberis area to come to the ‘Llyn Padarn Biodiversity Show’ on Saturday, 7 June 2014. This free event, to be held at the Canolfan, Llanberis, between 10.30am and 2.30pm, has hands-on activities for all the family.

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Help us gain bathing water recognition for Llyn Padarn

Maintaining good water quality in Llyn Padarn is essential to protect the health and well-being of the local residents and visitors who swim and paddle on the lake. We believe that achieving Bathing Waters designation for Llyn Padarn under the Bathing Water Directive (2006/7/EC) would be an important driver to.

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