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…
It has been 3 years since the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales teamed up with Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to create a new
The Lapwing is an iconic farmland bird which has undergone drastic declines in populations as a result of loss of breeding habitat. Today the lapwing
Friday 26th August 2016 marked the 124 year anniversary of the horrific mining explosion in 1892 that cost the lives of 112 men and boys.
Over the past 2 years, the staff and volunteers at Parc Slip Nature Reserve have been carrying out conservation work throughout the autumn and winter
For the waterfall seekers For the birders and twitchers For the reptile ramblers For the tree huggers and flower sniffers For the photo snappers For
Join Parc Slip Visitor Centre in the Discovery Room for an ‘Emergency First Aid at Work’ course. It will take place on Monday 13th June
Thanks to a grant from Visit Wales, June 2016 will see the launch of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ very first promotional