• 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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  • Dive team surveying seabed throughout the summer

    Monday 24th August, 2015

    Secrets of the seabed are being revealed as divers undertake exploratory scientific surveys in a bid to better understand the UK’s marine environment and help protect it for the future.

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  • Julie James visits Gwent Wildlife Trust initiative

    Monday 24th August, 2015

    Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology visits Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Ebbw Vale Centre to find out more about its ongoing commitment to support young people in finding work.

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  • Super Sightings of Marine Wildlife!

    Friday 14th August, 2015

    The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has been inundated with some amazing marine wildlife encounters this week ranging from basking sharks to several sightings of up to 300 common dolphins enjoying the waters around the west Wales coast.

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  • Minister pledges help to defend Wales from alien invaders

    Wednesday 12th August, 2015

    Natural Resources Minister Carl Sargeant visited the River Dee yesterday (Tuesday 11 August) to see the work of the Dee Invasive Non-Native Species (DINNS) Project, which is led by North Wales Wildlife Trust.

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  • Radnorshire Wildlife Trust wins Heritage Lottery Support

    Thursday 6th August, 2015

    Radnorshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to have received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for the Exploring Gilfach project.

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