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.
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.
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.
A big thank you to everyone who responded to the Welsh Government consultation. This means Natural Resources Wales is required to produce a detailed profile and monitoring programme for the lake. Bathing water profiles set out bathing water quality compliance results and explain the work they are undertaking with other.
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.
Remember back in December 2012 we covered the collection of Padarn Arctic charr eggs and sperm (milt)? The fish were caught at their spawning beds in the Afon y Bala, at the top of the lake and the fertilised eggs taken to the Mawddach hatchery near Dolgellau. After being incubated in.
When you flush the toilet, pour water in your sink or empty the bath, the water obviously goes somewhere…..but do you know where and what happens to it? Last week the Loving our Lake team sent out copies of ‘Looking after your septic tank: A guide and logbook for householders’.
This brave Santa collected rubbish from Llyn Padarn at the recent ‘Winter Rubbish Walk, Paddle and Swim’ held in partnership with the ‘Loving our Lake’ project, the North Wales Environmental Charter Group, Surf-Lines, Keep Wales Tidy, Barefoot Wine UK and Gwynedd Council. The team at ‘Loving our Lake’, who organised.
The team at ‘Loving our Lake’ are inviting local residents and businesses to join them for a winter rubbish walk, paddle and swim on Sunday 1st December at 2pm, meeting at Surf-lines, Y Glyn, Llanberis. Now the vegetation has died down this is an ideal time to remove rubbish from.
News Release: The ‘Loving our Lake’ project team is asking local residents and businesses in the Llanberis area to ‘Love their septic tanks’ and take action to ensure the well-being of Llyn Padarn. A guide and logbook for householders is being launched this week to help them keep their septic.