Books and CDs wanted at the Welsh Wildlife Centre

Books and CDs wanted at the Welsh Wildlife Centre

Donated goods for sale at the Welsh Wildlife Centre As a new way to raise money for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, the Welsh Wildlife Centre has started to sell books and CDs kindly donated by the public. All of the money raised from the sale of these goods goes towards supporting our work for wildlife in your local area. In order to get this section fully up and running, we are looking for more stock and this is where you can help out!…
Welsh Wildlife Centre

Volunteers Wanted at the Welsh Wildlife Centre

Welsh Wildlife Centre Would you like to work in a unique, award-winning visitor attraction and help raise money and awareness for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales? We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to help us in various aspects of The Welsh Wildlife Centre. Current volunteering opportunities available: Gift Shop and Information Desk assistants Café assistants Event assistants Estate workers Visitor Centre handy-people Wildlife Watch leaders & assistants Reserve guides and ambassadors If you would like to register your interest or if you would like more information, please call 01239 621600 or send an email to wwc@welshwildlife.org
Teifi Marsh


There is always something happening in this fantastic visitor centre or out on the reserve. Whether you are a wildlife expert and want to watch the over wintering birds or you are a family looking for something special to do. From willow sculptures to cycle trails, playgrounds to pole barns, there is always something to see and do in this lovely place. This page will have the latest news about the Welsh Wildlife Centre. February Half Term Events at the Welsh Wildlife Centre February half term at the Welsh Wildlife Centre promises to be a truly fun-filled time with a plethora of events happening throughout the week!…
Bluebells Neil Aldridge


There is always a chance to something of interest at Teifi Marshes and the Welsh Wildlife Centre, no matter what the season. Spring: In spring as the first blushes of life are being seen at the Welsh Wildlife Centre there is a chance to see Bluebells Neil Aldridge bluebells in flower blossom along the wooded pathways the first of the dragonflies emerging Summer: butterflies, including purple hairstreak from the Tree Tops hide dragonflies such as emperor, broad bodied chasers, southern hawkers and scarce blue-tailed damselfly breeding birds such as reed warblers, sedge warblers, Cetti’s warblers and whitethroats Autumn: salmon heading up stream the stunning autumn colours around the reserve fungi sounds of red and sika deer rutting – the sika deer have a particularly eerie whistling screaming calls.…


The Welsh Wildlife Centre and surrounding Teifi Marsh nature reserve has so much to stimulate the senses and much of it can be accessed by people of all abilities. All the senses will be stimulated by coming to the Welsh Wildlife Centre and exploring around the site. Parking is available up by the Welsh Wildlife Centre for people with a Disabled Badge. This gives easy access to the Centre itself. The toilets in the Welsh Wildlife Centre have wheel chair access and there is a lift and easy trail into the centre making it easy for people regardless of their physical ability.…
Entrance to WWC


Teifi Marsh bridges the village of Cilgerran and the town of Cardigan, with the Welsh Wildlife Centre sitting in these stunning surroundings. There is parking with a small charge (this does not apply to members or local residents in the SA43 scheme). The Cardi Bach cycle route runs through the reserve, linking Cardigan to Cilgerran. Entrance to WWC From Cardigan Town Centre follow the one way system round, turning off left out of town by the Bus Station. At the large roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A487, at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A478, turn left towards Cilgerran Castle and Cilgerran village, then turn left onto Church street and bear left onto an un-named road with the Welsh Wildlife Centre sign ahead.…
Gareth and Fresh Sewin

Glasshouse Cafe Dishes

Glasshouse Café open 10 am – 5pm (hot food served 12noon – 2.30pm) Our café has a daily specials board which changes according to the seasonality and availability of our ingredients. You can always be sure that the dishes we produce are homemade, fresh and tasty.l Typical dishes may include: Chocolate and orange torte Soups – always homemade, always a vegetarian option and often a vegan, fish or meat one too, soup is served with a roll and Welsh butter (£4.00) Fishcakes – in season these could be made from local coracle caught salmon or sewin (sea trout) which are caught by environment agency accredited local fishermen in the river Teifi which runs through the heart of the reserve.…