WATER company, Hafren Dyfrdwy, is inviting residents in the Lake Vyrnwy area to a drop-in session to hear about its environmental improvement project.

The work is part of a £1.2 million investment the company is making to improve the status of the River Cownwy and the River Marchnant.

Catherine Webb, from Hafren Dyfrdwy, said: “We’re committed to making sure we not only provide our customers with a fantastic water supply and service, but also that we take care of the environments that we work in. This project aims to improve both the River Cownwy and the River Marchnant from a poor status to a good status.

“We’re keen to tell the local community all about our plans, so we’re holding a drop-in session at the Llanwddyn Community Centre, Abertridwr, Llanwddyn, on Monday, November 4 from 1pm to 3pm.

“We’d really like local people to come along, meet the team and learn more about our work, but to also give their views - after all, the people who know the area best are the local residents. Hopefully the local community can help us to find those little gems of information that can make a huge difference to our plans.”

Catherine added: “We know that our work may impact on the local community, and that’s why we’d like to talk to people and understand any concerns they may have. Our aim is always to make a positive difference to the local environment for generations to come.”