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Wales Astronomical Society - Astro Radio Affiliate Society.
We are a small society of around 60 members, of which
approximately 30 are active. Initially founded by a group of
GCSE students from the local College of Higher Education.
The society meets for an observing night (usually cloudy) on
the second Tuesday every month at Llanelian Yn Rhos , just
above Colwyn Bay, and we currently have a separate lecture
night on the last Wednesday of the month with guest speakers
which takes place at Llanrhos near Llandudno. We positively
encourage members to observe, sketch and image, and we like
to showcase their efforts at our monthly meetings.
We are closely involved with the Llandyrnog Society, Gwynedd
Astro and Mid-Cheshire Astro, with members being part of
This year the society has arranged outreach sessions with
The National Trust Bodnant Gardens, which has become an
annual event, we also have close ties with RSPB Conwy where
we set up frequent observing sessions for their “Big Wild
Sleep out” and “Reclaim the Night” events. We have also been
involved with Beaver, Brownie, Guide and Scout groups
assisting with their Astronomy Badges. Members were also
involved with running stargazing sessions at the Solarsphere
Festival in Mid Wales during the summer.
We are also busy forging ties with the Clwydian Range and
Dee Valley AONB Dark Skies group, assisting them with their