There are numerous other sources of information about the Dyfi area on the Internet. Here are some of the best I’ve found and some other useful links.
www.ecodyfi.org.uk - a meeting point for people interested in the Dyfi valley regeneration project. Lots of links and a great “what’s on” calendar.
Wales Air Ambulance
Providing emergency medical transport throughout Wales. Please support this organisation by visiting their web site and taking part in their lottery.
Centre For Alternative Technology
Europe's leading eco-centre, with information on renewable energy, environmental building, energy efficiency, organic growing and alternative sewage systems.
Services include a visitor centre open 7 days a week, practical and informative publications, a mail order service of 'green' books and products, educational services for schools, consultancy for individuals and businesses, residential courses, membership and a free information service.
Wales on the Web
A subject gateway to high quality websites about all aspects of Wales.
The Snowdonia Society.
Tel: 01690 720287 Fax: 01690 720247
A charitable organisation committed to protecting the Snowdonia National Park.
Gwynedd County Council / Cyngor Gwynedd
The web site of Gwynedd County Council, the local authority covering the area north of the Dyfi Estuary.
Bywiol-Dyfi-Active is a cooperative of activity-friendly accommodation and outdoor activity providers in the Dyfi Valley and Mid Wales area of the UK.
Contact: Andy Williams. Tel: 01654 761229
web: www.dyfiactive.org.uk e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lots of information on bi-lingual promotion, business grants and where to get help with translation.
Plus local news and affairs.
A new site but full of information on Machynlleth and surrounding area. Lots of pictures and local information. e-mail: email@example.com
Information on Waste Recycling in Gwynedd: in English / in Welsh