Category: Legacy

Down over South Haven

Remember a Charity Week 2019

Pass on Something Wonderful… Every September, more than 180 charities join forces to hold the annual Remember A Charity Week. The awareness week aims to

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You are invited to our lasting legacy event

Help secure a future for wildlife in Wales This September we are holding two special legacy events at our visitor centres in Bridgend and Pembrokeshire.

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inside a blue tit nest at Drostre Wood

Giving Wildlife a Gift

David Phillips was a member of the former Brecknock Wildlife Trust, along with his wife Jane.  Jane asked that the donations from his funeral go

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Pass on Something Wonderful – A Legacy Event

Pass on something wonderful… Without people like you choosing to leave a gift in your Will to us, we may be unable to continue our

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Puffin - Sarah Groves

Remember a Charity Week

Every September, more than 180 charities join forces to hold the annual Remember A Charity Week. The awareness week aims to raise the profile of legacy

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Butterfly - Gatekeeper on buddleia - Jon Dunkelman

Will you join us for a Legacy Event?

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are planning a special event for you lovely people who might consider leaving us a gift in

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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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Remember a Charity Week

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ (WTSWW) wildlife conservation efforts over the years have been triumphant. By undergoing a variety of different projects

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Kestrel box going into place

The North Ceredigion Kestrel Project

As you are probably aware, the Megan Jones Legacy enabled a project led by Mike Hayward to get under way providing nest boxes for kestrels.

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New Bridge Em Foot

A new bridge in Ceredigion.

The big news this month is that, after many months of thought and preparation, the new bridge at Cwm Clettwr Nature Reserve has now been

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Dr Rhys Jones and Rudi Bright (Tarka Challenge) sniffing snake poo, photo by Mike Bright

New Wildlife Visitor Centre Set to Stimulate Tourism Opportunities

Parc Slip Nature Reserve, once a colliery site, is now host to an entirely different opportunity for visitors and local people providing a tourism attraction

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Peacock Butterfly Bob Coyle

Colin’s Grove – a lasting legacy

Three years ago a valued and committed volunteer with the Trust sadly died. His name was Colin Vyvyan and he was very much involved in

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