Gower is an area of contrasts:
magnificent cliffs, estuary marshland and seascapes,
some of the finest beaches in the UK,
hidden valleys, wind-swept uplands
and a unique place in history.
The Annual General Meeting of the Society is now to be held on Saturday 24 October 2020 at 6.00pm at The Community Centre (Lower Hall), Victoria Road, Penclawdd SA4 3FJ
Due to the current Covid pandemic restrictions, the accomodation at the venue is limited to 30 attendees. Accordindly members are requested to notify the Secretary in advance of their intention to attend, and give their email/telephone number, so that an early decision can be made whether to postpone the meeting if the expected number of attendees is likely to exceed 30 and notification given to intended attendees. If Covid restrictions alter, that we are unable to hold the AGM, a new date will be scheduled.
(updated 20 September 2020)
The Gower Society works hard to protect of Gower’s iconic status on the South Wales coast.
Today, we have over 1,000 members worldwide and want you to be one of them.
Become a Member of The Gower Society
Join us in enjoying and protecting this unique area for our future generations.
17th July, 2020
Birdwatching in Gower
A birdwatcher can spend a lifetime gaining an intimate knowledge of the birds of the peninsula and Mawr. However, we warmly welcome visitors and are happy – here – to share enough knowledge of habitats and species to get a visiting birdwatcher started.
24th October, 2019
A safe haven for Swifts
It’s a little-known fact that, along with only two or three other sites in the UK, Swifts - Apus apus, have been using the fissures and crevices in the monolithic Lewes Castle – the eastern sentinel of Fall Bay, for generations.
24th October, 2019
Childhood Memories of Overton to Rhosilli
I had a marvellously feral childhood growing up at Westcliffe in Overton, the last house in the village. As my friend’s father latterly said, ‘You were out the door at 9 and were back by 6. You never said where you were going. And we didn’t ask.’