We have a very busy Wildlife Trust with a great deal happening across our four counties.
The Covid-19 situation has exacerbated what would already have been a very difficult year for The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW). The
This is clearly an unprecedented time for us as a Wildlife Trust and we need your support now more than ever. Our Visitor Centres and
We are delighted to announce that our wonderful Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire has been awarded the Best Nature Reserve in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards! These
April marks the beginning of a new season on Skomer and Skokholm Island, ordinarily Lockley Lodge will be full of eager wildlife enthusiasts queuing for
Words by Mat Ridley, Chair of East Carmarthenshire Local Group Lord Dynevor and Denys Denys Smith, who has died aged 97, will be fondly remembered
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) would like to extend an absolutely massive thank you to volunteer fundraiser Michael Cunningham who undertook
Introducing our reserves to Crickhowell Walking Festival-goers Pauline, People & Wildlife Officer for Brecknock and volunteer Ruth lead a walk for Crickhowell Walking Festival which
On 1st March, schools and communities up and down the length and breadth of Wales celebrate St David’s Day. Children will wear traditional Welsh dresses
March 8th marks International Women’s Day! What better way to celebrate than to shine a light on the incredible women who work across the Trust?
A Wilder Garden. Artist: Carys Fletcher-Charles Following the success of our ‘Into the Nest’ garden in 2019, we are delighted to confirm that we will