Retail Re-opens at the Welsh Wildlife Centre!

New reusable jute shopping bags support our wildlife!

Following the easing of lockdown restrictions in Wales, the Gift Shop at the Welsh Wildlife Centre has re-opened and features a whole host of lovely new items!

Amongst the new stock, there is a lovely range of reusable jute shopping bags with adorable animal artwork, plus one design that highlights the unfortunate plight that our native bees are facing. There is also an array of reusable rice husk travel cups, completely free of plastics and completely biodegradable too!

The homeware range has been expanded to include some delightful new coasters, placemats, trays and chopping boards courtesy of wildlife artist Julian Friers, plus there are lots of wonderful new notepads, notecards and other stationery from Emma Ball.

Jigsaw puzzles always make for enjoyable presents for loved ones and there’s a great selection to choose from with five brand new designs in store.

All of these new products are available to purchase from our online shop with free UK delivery available on orders over £45. Orders can also be placed over the phone by calling 01239 621600.

A great new range of spring/summer outdoor jackets and fleeces from Regatta has also arrived, with fantastic styles available at truly great prices starting from just £14.99!

New stock now available at the Welsh Wildlife Centre Gift Shop

Also proving very popular, and perfectly complimentary to the gifts available are a brand-new range of blank greetings cards including new designs from Eric Heyman, Emma Ball and Wildlife Trust branded photo cards featuring stunning images of British wildlife. There are some brand new Welsh language birthday cards available too!

The Welsh Wildlife Centre, including Glasshouse Café and Gift Shop are open Wednesday-Sunday from 10am-4pm, plus bank holiday Mondays and Tuesdays during the school holidays.

All money raised from sales at the Centre and online goes towards our charitable work.

Thank you for your continued support! 

Martin, Retail Manager at Welsh Wildlife Centre