Snowdonia

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Snowdonia

1. a massif in NW Wales, in Gwynedd, the highest peak being Snowdon
2. a national park in NW Wales, in Gwynedd and Conwy: includes the Snowdonia massif in the north. Area: 2189 sq. km (845 sq. miles)
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A spokesman for the Snowdonia National Park Authority: "Planning permission was granted until New Year's Eve by the Snowdonia National Park Authority.
A spokesperson for SNPAtold The Telegraph: "Whilst we empathise with families and relatives suffering the loss of a loved one, the Snowdonia National Park Authority does not encourage the scattering of ashes on Snowdon summit and surrounding areas.
A spokesperson for Snowdonia National Park Authority said: "The recent damage made by the film crew on Moel Eilio showed a serious lack of respect to the site itself and, indeed, the national park as a whole.
CAE is a Sustainable Development Fund of pounds 200,000 administered by the Snowdonia National Park Authority on behalf of the Welsh Assembly Government.
Walkers are being urged to use the service due to the continued closure of Snowdonia National Park Authority car parks at Pen-y-Pass and Nant Peris because of the foot-and-mouth crisis.
Jonathan Cawley, the Snowdonia National Park Authority's director for planning and land management, added: "Constructing the bat barn is an important part in the process of removing the eyesore that is the derelict hotel.
Snowdonia National Park Authority members voted in a secret ballot from a choice of more than 400 names by people across Wales.
Mr Peter Broomhead, the charity's director for Wales, said: "The trust is very concerned about the future of this important land and we would be anxious to play a part in its conservation in partnership with the Snowdonia National Park Authority and the Countryside Council for Wales.
The development, roughly the size of a football pitch, was visited by members of the Snowdonia National Park Authority's Planning Committee (SNPA) last November with a decision on the fate of the application having been delayed for several months.
A spokesman for SNPA told The Telegraph: "Whilst we empathise with families and relatives suffering the loss of a loved one, the Snowdonia National Park Authority does not encourage the scattering of ashes on Snowdon summit and surrounding areas.
The Snowdonia National Park Authority's Footpath Uplands Team has been working on the path for two months, battling unseasonal weather which contributed to its deterioration.
For further information about the study centre or the park contact Snowdonia National Park Authority on 01766 770274.