News

  • Our open letter voices major concerns about the M4 black route

    Monday 13th June, 2016

    Wildlife Trusts Wales is one of ten leading environmental charities opposing the proposed black route for the M4 motorway.

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  • 30 Days Wild: Can you make room for nature this June?

    Monday 23rd May, 2016

    TV presenter Iolo Williams has joined forces with the Wildlife Trusts in Wales to ask everyone do something wild every day during June.

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  • Celebrating Sir David Attenborough at 90: Decades of devotion to UK wildlife

    Friday 6th May, 2016

    The Wildlife Trusts thank David for being the UK’s great supporter of the wild world

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  • New award launched in memory of Welsh environmentalist

    Friday 15th April, 2016

    Jane Davidson, the former Minister for the Environment and Sustainability, today presented the Morgan Parry Foundation Awards Ceremony at Trinity St David’s University.

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  • Wildlife Trusts project could see beavers return to Wales

    Monday 11th April, 2016

    A programme is underway to reintroduce the elusive beaver to Wales.

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  • Doubts over the future of the Circuit of Wales racetrack

    Thursday 7th April, 2016

    The proposals to build an international motor sport facility in Ebbw Vale received a serious blow yesterday when Welsh Government announced that it cannot underwrite the £357m project.

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  • Wild Communities project for Cwm Tawe Uchaf

    Monday 4th April, 2016

    Brecknock Wildlife Trust last week launched its Wild Communities project at Golwg y Cwm Primary School in Ystradgynlais.

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  • The Landfill Communities Fund is safe ... for now

    Monday 21st March, 2016

    Some good news for wildlife and local communities in last week’s Budget. Thanks to work by The Wildlife Trusts and its supporters, the Landfill Communities Fund is safe… for now.

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  • Iolo Williams says 'put nature on the political agenda'

    Thursday 17th March, 2016

    Television presenter Iolo Williams is supporting the Wildlife Trusts in Wales in a campaign to put nature on the political agenda.

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  • Carrier bag charge connects communities with wildlife on the Gwent Levels

    Wednesday 16th March, 2016

    Communities can learn all about mammals at Magor Marsh nature reserve thanks to The Co-op’s carrier bag charge.

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