Programme for 2018

Arnold Williams Programme secretary
Arnold Williams
Programme secretary

The Events  list below is a brief statement of our Programme. More detailed information is given in the Newsletter in the Sections ‘Report on Programme Events’

Members who have registered an email address with the Membership Secretary will receive a Mail Chimp reminder of events prior to the event.

Talks will take place on the first Thursday of the month until April 2018 at  2:30pm at the Crundale Community Centre, Cardigan Road, Crundale, SA62 4DF. 

More details of these events, up to November 2018, can be found in  Newsletter 43..

Thursday 5th April – 2:30pm at Crundale Community Centre. AGM followed by a talk by Ranger Sarah Jones from Dinefwr NT, who will talk about the management of the estate and the White Park Cattle.

Tour to Lancaster and the Lake District May 13-17th (fully booked, but reserve list available).

Tuesday 29th May 6:30 pm meet at Colby NT Car Park for a stroll through the Craig y Borion Farms with Steve Whitehead, followed by an optional pub supper.

Tuesday June 12 – 6:30pm Abermawr and Treseissyllt with James Roden, Area Ranger – North Pembs. Meet at Abermawr Beach for a stroll north to see the effects of the conservation work on the flora and fauna alongside the coastal path. Optional pub supper afterwards.

Thursday 21st June – day trip to Aberglasney and Dinefwr NT, near LLandeilo.

Wednesday 11th July – day trip to St Fagan’s near Cardiff.

Tuesday 17th July 6:30pm –  a stroll through Lawrenny Woods up to farmland for estuary views, with Ranger Alex Shilling. Meet at Lawrenny Quay. Optional pub supper afterwards.

Details of the October talk, on the first Thursday afternoon of the month, will appear in the autumn newsletter.

Friday 23rd November – PNTA’s 20th Anniversary lunch at Wolfscastle Country Hotel. Our speaker will be Jonathan Hughes, who will talk about Wimpole Hall NT, following his recent secondment there.


Tim Sims-Williams, day trip organiser
Tim Sims-Williams, day trip organiser