The Wildlife Trust’s award winning Real Food Café at The Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran near the Historic town of Cardigan is coming to Bridgend.
Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre is one of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ flagship nature reserves. It is nestled in
Most bat species in the UK evolved to live in trees and caves, but as habitat loss has reduced these natural roosting sites, many bats
My name is Hêdd Thomas and I am doing a weeks work experience with The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. I’m 15 years old
At Parc Slip Nature Reserve we welcome responsible dog owners. We want the Nature Reserve to be a place that is safe and enjoyable for
As we approach the spring at Parc Slip, one of the reasons we ask our visitors to keep their dogs on a lead now is
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