We have a very busy Wildlife Trust with a great deal happening across our four counties.

If you are interested in any press stories please contact Gina Gavigan and Carys Evans - 01656 724 100

David Gray Shares New Fundraising Song to Support the Trust!

Skomer is unique and irreplaceable, and must be protected – David Gray British singer-songwriter David Gray Running on the Waves is the new fundraising song …

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Skomer Island by Mike Alexander ~ Book Launch Online Event!

Skomer is one of Britain’s most spectacular National Nature Reserves and is managed by The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. It is a …

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A path of bluebells on Skomer Island

Skomer Online Booking System – Launch Date!

We are delighted to announce that the new pre-booking system for Skomer Island day visits will be LIVE from Tuesday 13th April 2021! The need to manage the flow of visitors …

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The Dale Princess leaves for the day

Free Landing Membership Benefit

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has suffered a considerable loss of income during the 2020/2021 season. The effects of the Coronavirus pandemic …

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Skomer accommodation block

Skomer Overnight Guest Update

Overnight visits during April on both Skokholm and Skomer have been cancelled and guests notified by post. We are hoping that as the vaccination programme …

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Skomer Island by Mike Alexander – A definitive account of the Island’s natural history

Mike Alexander, chair of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales and former warden of Skomer Island for 10 years, has written this fascinating …

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The Big Return to Skomer…

On 1st April myself and Ceris Aston (WTSWW’s Assistant Skomer Warden) returned to Skomer for the start of the season. For Ceris, it was a …

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Bevelled Pebble Discovered on Skokholm Island!

Lucky finds from rabbit hole re-write prehistory of Skokholm Island!

Chance finds of prehistoric stone tools and fragments of pottery, picked up from a rabbit hole by the wardens of Skokholm Island, have surprised experts …

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Wild Takeaways this Easter!

Good news! Our Wildlife Trust Parc Slip and Welsh Wildlife Centre Glasshouse Cafés will be open over the Easter holidays and serving the usual tasty …

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Red Kite by Barry Hill

10 Iconic Species of the Brecon Beacons!

There are so many species to choose from in the Brecon Beacons that could be classed as ‘iconic’. With the range of landscapes encompassed within …

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New Online Booking System for Skomer Day Visits….Coming Soon!

We are excited to confirm that we have a new on-line booking system for Skomer Island day visits in 2021. The online system will allow …

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Pencnwc Mawr Woodland Appeal Update!

An update from Sarah Kessell,  WTSWW’s Chief Executive Officer… I am delighted to share some very good news! We have now completed the purchase of …

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Oak Tree Cottage – ‘the cwtch’ is Good to Go!

Wake up with wildlife and explore the great outdoors with our Wildlife Trust self catering Oak Tree Cottage. Oak Tree Cottage – (the Cwtch) is …

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