Welcome to the meadows of hope

Dolydd Gobaith sits on 30 acres of hillside in Penygarnedd, Montgomeryshire, overlooking the beautiful Tanat Valley. Formerly upland sheep pasture, the land is now a rich tapestry of meadows, hedgerows, ponds, wetlands, and new woodland.

The project hopes to help combat climate change, protect and enhance local biodiversity and natural heritage, find sustainable ways to produce food and other products from the land and perhaps most importantly encourage the surrounding communities to become involved and connect with this beautiful landscape and the natural world we are all part of.


Upcoming Events

Nature Discovery & Foraging Walk

Sunday 23rd June, 11am–1pm

Join experienced local guide and fungi fanatic Kim Greenwood to take a closer look at the explosion of life at Dolydd Gobaith. Learn more about the herbal and medicinal properties of our native flora and fungi, and peer closer at some of the oft-overlooked wonders all around us. Find out about the land management at Dolydd Gobaith and get a good understanding of how the changes are boosting biodiversity on site, while enjoying the spectacular views over the beautiful Tanat Valley.

We’ll be finishing the walk just as the Dolydd Gobaith Spring Open Day kicks off, so we’d be delighted if you could join us for some light refreshments as we celebrate everything that we’ve been up to at Dolydd Gobaith over the last few years.

If you’ve been inspired by the walk and would like to help out more, you’ll be able to find out all about our upcoming volunteering and training opportunitites.

Under-18s are free (with an accompanying ticket-holding adult).

Spring Open Day

Sunday 23rd June, 1pm

Help us celebrate everything that we’ve been up to at Dolydd Gobaith over the last few years, and find out all about our upcoming volunteering and training opportunitites. There will be some light refreshments, opportunities to look around the site, and a guided wildflower walk.

The event is free and everyone is welcome. Turn up anytime from 1pm.