Save Rodney’s Pillar
Rodney’s Pillar is a Grade II listed monument, erected at the top of Breidden Hill, Powys, in 1782 to pay tribute to Admiral George Brydges Rodney.
We are a not for profit organisation whose mission is to preserve Rodney’s Pillar for the benefit of the public as a prominent heritage landmark. The pillar is in desperate need of repair and we urgently need your help to save this iconic monument. An outward bulge has formed on the side of the pillar, approximately a third of the way up, with vertical cracks and small holes forming. Without structural repairs, the pillar is in danger of falling down. The cost of the repairs could be as much as £200K.
Registered Charity Number : 1186259
We are a newly established charity with the sole aim of preserving Rodney’s Pillar as a monument for all to enjoy.
As an iconic landmark, visible from miles around, people come from far and wide to enjoy the experience of walking in the Breidden Hills, taking in the stunning views over Shropshire and North Wales from the monument situated on top.
How You Can Help
Make a Donation
Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free through our JustGiving page. We also accept cash and cheque donations.
Become a Member
You can get involved today by becoming a Member. Sign up and you will be joining a group of like-minded people striving to secure the future of Rodney’s Pillar.
Support an Event
Come along and support one of our events, as either a volunteer or a participant, and help raise the funds necessary to repair the monument.
Up and Coming Events
Awareness / Collection Day
Rodney’s Pillar main car park
31st May 2021
- Latest Development at Rodney’s PillarWe have just posted the message below on our Facebook page …
- First AGM HeldCompleting our first year as a charity, our first AGM was sucessfully held on 9th February. Copies of the Chariman’s Report and our Year End Accounts, along with the voting results can be found in the downloads section of our website. (more to follow …)
- Our First Annual General MeetingThe Charity will be holding its first Annual General Meeting on 9 February 2021. Under normal circumstances this would be in person at a meeting with voting on resolutions done by a show of hands but this is not going to be possible. Our constitution does not allow for general meetings to be held online (viaContinue reading “Our First Annual General Meeting”