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Plas yn Rhiw re-roofing project

Plas yn Rhiw house and garden on a sunny day with the bay in the background
Plas yn Rhiw house and garden on a sunny day with the bay in the background | © National Trist Images/Malcolm Davies

Visit Plas yn Rhiw and help us conserve our roof by signing a slate.

Sign a slate for Plas yn Rhiw

Become part of the fabric of Plas yn Rhiw this summer and help us repair our leaky roof. We're inviting you to leave your mark on this historical building for the next 100 years by signing one of our new roof slates.

Re-roofing project

As a conservation charity, we are dedicated to looking after special locations such as this magical mansion. Unfortunately, the condition of the roof has deteriorated with water seeping into the building on a regular basis threatening the condition of the house and the priceless collection belonging to the Keating sisters. Therefore, in the autumn we would start a project to renew the roof.

Rare opportunity

This is a rare opportunity to become part of the history of Plas yn Rhiw. All proceeds will go towards building conservation work at Plas yn Rhiw, starting with our big re-roofing project this winter.

We're asking for a donation of £10 per slate. This will help ensure that the roof survives for the future of Plas yn Rhiw into the 22nd century and beyond.

We will be closing earlier this year to start work, with our last day open being 24 September. Take a look at our opening times here to sign your own slate and become a part of history.

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