Who are Parchu Pentir Respect?

Many years ago the residents of Pentir hamlet and Rhyd-y-Groes came together to form a community group, as part of the Welsh government’s Tidy Towns scheme. It’s proven to be a fantastic way for neighbours to meet and talk about local matters. Our focus is on improving the local environment through, for instance, litter picking and planting flowers. We aim to cater for all age groups and abilities. Meetings are held in member’s homes (on hold during the Coronavirus period) in the second week of the month at 7.30pm. The meetings are open to all the residents of Pentir.


Litter picking, planting flowers, rescuing toads, hog roast, guided walks, open air communal lunch, Fun Run, securing a reduction in the speed limit. These are just some of our activities down the years.

Local Services

We have compiled a list of community services and local providers of essentials, such as veg boxes or other groceries, for home delivery, or collection by volunteers. 


Our group of volunteers support people who are self-isolating, in a variety of ways. If you need support or would like to volunteer for the support group please get in touch via post@pentir.org.uk

Latest News

Nature Walk, Pentir

Six of us met up with our walking boots and waterproofs on. We set off down Lon Fudur, through the woods, over the fields and along the footpaths bordered by...

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Wildflower Meadow

The picture show Sarah Collick of the Social Farms and Gardens Team of Gwynedd Council putting in plug plants in an area previously sown with wildflower seeds. The plug plants...

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PPR Group Meetings

The Parchu Pentir Respect group aims to meet again as soon as it’s safe.

You may wish to join the email mailing list to keep up to date with the latest information and activities. Please contact us at post@pentir.org.uk.