Corporate Support

Iolo Williams at the Partnerships Launch for Bluestone Photo by Gareth Davies

Iolo Williams at the Partnerships Launch for Bluestone Photo by Gareth Davies

There are many ways that you can support the important conservation work we do in south and west Wales.  Corporate Membership under our Wildlife Partners scheme is an important element of our support.

There’s something for everyone and we firmly believe that every business in Wales has something to gain from the Wildlife Trusts and something to offer wildlife.  Furthermore, there is a genuine desire by many who work in business and industry to care for our natural environment.

Below are links to our Corporate Partners.  To find out more please contact Jon Cooper, Membership Manager. Email: j.cooper@welshwildlife.org Tel: 01656 724100

  • ET&S Construction are Wildlife Champions Welcome to ET&S Construction, our latest Business Wildlife Champions.... Read More » ET&S are a family run construction company based in Maesteg who made a great job of redeveloping our visitor centre at Parc Slip near Bridgend, giving friendly advice and support throughout the project.... Read More » If you have not been the centre yet please ...
  • Gaia Lifestyle Centres Gaia Logo The shared vision of all those that work at the Gaia Lifestyle Centres is one of Wellbeing for all.... Read More » As a collective of Complementary Practitioners and Yoga teachers we hold dear, that our services and commitment reach out to our community and also to our environment.... Read More » We are delighted to support ...
  • Sykes Cottages Sykes LogoSykes Cottages value the natural landscape of the UK and is proud to be working with the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales  to protect and preserve this part of Wales for the future.... Read More » With more than 400 self-catering holiday cottages in south and west Wales, Sykes Cottages are keen to support ...
  • CELSA Celsa webCELSA has become Welsh Wildlife Partners with the Wildlife Trusts Wales as a way of meeting a number of its corporate social responsibility objectives. Our Gold membership supports conservation work, thereby helping to offset CELSA’s impact on biodiversity.... Read More » Our website is www.celsauk.com... Read More »
  • Cambrensis cambrensis_brandmark_largeThe Welsh environment is a rich treasure trove of diversity, but one which is extremely fragile. As a company, we aim to minimise our impact on the world around and our corporate ethos is one which chimes with the good work of the Wildlife Trusts.... Read More » With offices in Cardiff and Caernarfon, Cambrensis has worked at the hub of ...
  • Dow Corning Dow Corning webDow corning decided to support The Wildlife Trust because they are in line with Dow Corning’s core values including our drive for sustainable development and Responsible Care®. The wildlife trust also had impressive credentials to enable the set up of the nature centre and help us maintain the biodiversity of the land and water on ...
  • The Green House and Timber Hill Support Wildlife Welcome and thank you to our newest business members- The Green House Environmental Fundraising Group Ltd and Timber Hill Leisure Ltd... Read More »