Dyffryn Nantlle’s newest Mural conveys the history of Yr Orsaf building from 1852 onwards

The World Heritage Site status is being used to regenerate and empower Gwynedd's slate communities; we are confident that it will act as a catalyst for employment, skills, better destinations and community action.

Interpretation Strategy - Comprehensive strategy looking at topics and themes that can be used, including key messages and stories.

Marketing Toolkit - A simple toolkit that provides advice and resources for local partners and businesses to use.

YouTube Channel – A selection of videos for your use can be found here 

Brand Guidelines - Our brand colours, font, and information on who can use the logo and name

Window stickers - Businesses can show their support for the World Heritage Site by placing 'Proud to support the World Heritage Site' stickers in the window of their business. If you wish to receive some stickers, please get in touch with the team on 

Post card - you can reveive a supply of post cards with details of the World Heritage Site on them to share at events, attractions, businesses or organisaitons. If you would like to receive a supply of post cards contact the Team on

Snowdonia Slate Trail: This 83 mile walk takes you back to a time when Snowdonia was the centre of the slate industry

Three Day Itinerary For The Slate Landscape Of Northwest Wales World Heritage Site: an opportunity to discover more about our slate landscape and the surrounding area (pdf)

Dyffryn Peris / Dyffryn Ogwen Itinerary: Day one - an opportunity to discover the Dyffryn Peris and Dyffryn Ogwen areas (pdf)

Dyffryn Nantlle Itinerary: Day two - an opportunity to discover the Dyffryn Nantlle area (pdf)

Porthmadog - Ffestiniog Itinerary: Day three - an opportunity to discover the Porthmadog and Ffestiniog areas (pdf)

None at present.