Planned harvesting works – Cwm Rhaeadr

Please be advised that harvesting operations to remove infected and stem injected larch (as part of control measures to deal with Phytophthora ramorum disease) are expected to begin in July.

Access restrictions will apply to keep members of the public out of operational zones.

Areas of work are extensive, as the map below demonstrates.

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One Response to Planned harvesting works – Cwm Rhaeadr

  1. dafydd says:

    Lle arbennig a hanesyddol.

    Cwm Rhaeadr is a special place. The waterfall being an added attraction, possibly the reason why it is believed a Roman Commander was buried near there (there are clues around that recorded this event). No visible signs remain, but would twenty first century people know what to look for.

    It also signifies this area’s links to the Roman period and the mines in Rhandirmwyn and Dolaucothi.

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