Llanddulas and Rhyd y Foel Conservation Trust

 


The Llanddulas and Rhyd-y-Foel Conservation Trust was founded by local residents in August 2009 following
an announcement to demolish and redevelop the historic house and garden at Plas Dulas as a modern
housing estate. A public meeting was convened in Llanddulas and was attended by over 80 concerned
villagers.A subsequent public meeting organised by the Trust initiated a ‘No-Housing-At-Plas-Dulas’ poster campaign
which was supported by petitions, national press coverage and a feature on the Llanddulas Hidden History
Website. In November 2009, the planning application to demolish Plas Dulas was turned down and was
latterly dismissed at appeal by the Welsh Assembly in September 2010.

 



The Aims of the Trust :-
To preserve for the benefit of the people of Llanddulas and Rhyd y Foel and of the nation, the historical, architectural and constructional heritage that may exist in and around Llanddulas and Rhyd y Foel in buildings including any structure or erection, and any part of a building, as so defined of particular beauty, historical, architectural or constructional interest.

To protect, preserve and promote the preservation and conservation of the character and heritage of Llanddulas and Rhyd y Foel.
To advance and promote public education in and interest in the history of Llanddulas and Rhyd y Foel and their natural features, built and animal and plant life.

To promote education in and awareness of conservation,
the ‘historic environment’ encompasses all those material remains that our ancestors have created in the landscapes of town and countryside it covers the whole spectrum of human activity from the largest - towns, cathedrals or motorways to the very smallest - signpost, standing stones or flint tools.

 


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