This abandoned and long neglected part of Aberdyfi’s industrial history was re-born in 2014 as a  modest but vital part of our community’s contribution to wildlife preservation.                                                                                                                         The five acre reserve, which features a picnic area and flora and fauna information plaque on the site of one of the  original gasometers, was gifted by National Grid, who transferred ownership of the site, on completion of a costly remediation process, through Aberdyfi Community Council, to our community. The reserve will soon be more safely accessible, from Easter onwards, from opposite Trefeddion Terrace via new pedestrian footpath and steps down.                                                                            The Reserve is also accessible from the car park opposite the cemetery alongside the brook. It is through the efforts of Aberdyfi Community Council and National Grid, and with assistance from Natural   Resources Wales, Snowdonia National Park and Gwynedd Council that this reserve has been created for our community and its many visitors. 

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