The Pensychnant Foundation

The Pensychnant Foundation

The Pensychnant Foundation (a registered charity) was established in 1989 by Brian Henthorn Stott to: manage the Pensychnant House and Estate as a conservation centre and nature reserve; for the benefit of its wildlife; and to foster the public’s appreciation and understanding of nature and nature conservation. The house hosts an on-going exhibition of wildlife art by some of Britain's most talented artists. Proceeds from the sale of drawings or paintings support the charity's conservation work.

The house and wildlife art exhibition are open to the public in summer: April – September, Wednesday – Sunday, 11-5pm. The nature reserve is open all year (except Christmas and New Year), Wednesday – Sunday, 9-6pm.

More information about Pensychnant and its programme of events can be found on the charity’s website.

Contact: Julian Thompson, warden, on 01492 592595 or at

HiPoints collection:
Pensychnant House - buiit in 1690 and much enlarged, with Arts & Crafts features, by a mill magnate in 1870s
Pensychnant nature reserve - species include two moth types unique to North Wales