Category: Campaign News

Dormouse Hibernating - Danny Green

A Recap of 2016

We are thrilled with what we achieved in 2016 and thought we should share a few of the highlights with you, so here they are…

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A Report on our 30 Days Wild Campaign

Our #30DaysWild took place throughout the month of June and encourage people to get in touch with their wild side by taking part in a

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30 Days Wild

Can you make room for nature this June? This June, The Wildlife Trusts in Wales are asking everyone do something wild every day for a

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Queen Scallop by Polly Whyte

Time to Save Our Seas

Queen scallop by Amy Lewis Time for action: Save our seabed Welsh Scallop fishery consultation Cardigan Bay, on the west coast of Wales, is an

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Urge Your MEPs to #DefendNature

Environment Ministers from across the EU – including the UK – have sent a clear signal that the Nature Directives are vital and should be

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A Manifesto for Wildlife

‘Common Dolphin and Calf’ by Mike Snelle As the Welsh Government election approaches we all have questions to ask our Assembly Member candidates, however sometimes

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Surveying for marsh fritillary butterflies at The Dranges nature reserve

Take action to save funding for wildlife from the LCF

Please help. You can make a significant contribution to our effort to save this fund for wildlife and conservation by submitting a response to the

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Carmel hedge laying the Breconshire Style

Case Study 01: Carmel, Carms (CWM Environmental & GrantScape)

In 2012, The Grasslands Trust sadly went into liquidation, putting the future of their amazing Carmel National Nature Reserve into jeopardy. However, the then Countryside Council

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Lapwing Ian Rose

Case Study 02: Parc Slip Nature Reserve, Bridgend (SITA Trust)

In 2014, WTSWW received a Landfill Communities Fund (LCF) grant of £26,060 from SITA Trust to manage and create habitats for our breeding Lapwing population

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Cwm Colhuw by Vaughn Matthews

Case Study 03: Cwm Colhuw, Llantwit Major (Biffa Award)

In 2012, WTSWW received a Landfill Communities Fund (LCF) grant to help restore the Cwm Colhuw Nature Reserve for people and wildlife. The project has

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Magor Marsh, Gwent Levels (Gwent Wildlife Trust)

M4 Relief Road- make your voice heard

On 16th July 2014, the Minister for Economy, Science and Transport, Edwina Hart, announced that the Welsh Government has adopted a plan for a new

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