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  • Welsh Actor Michael Sheen supports Furnace to Flowers

    Sunday 18th October, 2015

    Furnace to Flowers gains momentum during the Grow Wild public vote as Welsh actor, Michael Sheen gives his support to Gwent Wildlife Trust’s competition.

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  • Welsh Government urged to take action to save our natural world

    Tuesday 13th October, 2015

    On Tuesday 13 October 17:00 at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, representatives from 19 conservation organisations will join together to host an evening to present their Response for Nature report for Wales.

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  • Wildlife Trusts in Wales win environmental awards

    Friday 9th October, 2015

    Wildlife Trusts in Wales have claimed the top two awards at the Biffa Award Ceremony 2015, which recognises people and organisations who use their funding for the benefit of local communities and the environment.

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  • Wildlife and communities benefit from People's Postcode Lottery support

    Monday 28th September, 2015

    Wildlife Trusts Wales is delighted to confirm that players of People’s Postcode Lottery have awarded an extra £1.575 million to long-term supported charities.

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  • Go nuts for the native nutkin: Get ‘reddy’ for Red Squirrel Week

    Thursday 24th September, 2015

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  • Help Gwent Wildlife Trust change the face of Ebbw Vale!

    Wednesday 23rd September, 2015

    Furnace to Flowers is Gwent Wildlife Trust’s vision to transform parts of the former Ebbw Vale Steelworks site into a space flourishing with wild flowers for both people and wildlife to thrive. With your support this vision could become a reality.

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  • Wildlife Trusts help secure key income stream for biodiversity

    Tuesday 22nd September, 2015

    This week, Finance Minister Jane Hutt announced that the Landfill Tax, due to be devolved to Wales in 2018, will be retained and a proportion of the revenue will be allocated to support community wellbeing, including biodiversity projects.

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  • Llyr Huws Gruffydd visits Gogarth nature reserve

    Wednesday 9th September, 2015

    Llyr Huws Gruffydd AM visited one of North Wales Wildlife Trust’s nature reserves this week.

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  • Environmental organisations ask First Minister to consider environmental implications of the M4 relief road

    Monday 7th September, 2015

    Leading environmental organisations in Wales have written to the First Minister expressing their concern about Welsh Government’s proposals for a new M4 relief road.

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  • Joyce Watson AM visits Cemaes Head

    Thursday 3rd September, 2015

    AM visits the beautiful Cemaes Head reserve in Pembrokeshire.

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