Welsh Wildlife Centre News

There is always something happening in this fantastic visitor centre or out on the reserve. Whether you are a wildlife expert and want to watch the over wintering birds or you are a family looking for something special to do. From willow sculptures to cycle trails, playgrounds to pole barns, there is always something to see and do in this lovely place. This page will have the latest news about the Welsh Wildlife Centre.

  • We Are Good To Go!We Are Good To Go!
    Yes!!! We are Finally Good to Go! We are delighted to announce that after 4 months of being closed, two of our Wildlife Trust Visitor Centres will once again open their doors to visitors! The Welsh Wildlife Centre The Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran will open on Wednesday 29th July from 10am until 4pm. The centre will be ...
  • The Puffin Prize!
    Eyes on the Prize Would you like a chance to win your very own Puffin photo book? A book made just for you? There will only be one copy, and it could be yours. We will also take you and your close family to Skomer Island as VIPs for a day! There you will be met ...
  • Update from Sarah Kessell
    Update from Sarah Kessell, WTSWW Chief Executive Officer. I think we are not alone in finding that the planning needed to get back to work after the Covid-19 lockdown is proving far more complex than it was to stop suddenly at the start of the lockdown. The length of the lockdown has meant that there is a ...
  • Anti-social behaviour at Teifi Marshes…again!
    Since lockdown restrictions have eased in Wales, there has sadly been a surge in anti-social behaviour at Teifi Marshes nature reserve, the home of The Wildlife Trust’s Welsh Wildlife Centre. Unfortunaley, youths are gathering in our nature reserve bird hides and playing loud music, drinking and taking drugs. Grazing ponies have been let out of fields ...
  • Thank you Castell Howell!Thank you Castell Howell!
    We have received an incredible donation of £2,500 from Castell Howell Foods to go towards our Emergency Bird Hide appeal! Brian from Castell Howell had this to say: We, as a company, are so happy, proud and prepared to support such businesses as the Welsh Wildlife Centre, who offer such superb facilities of natural wildlife and the ...
  • Family fun this February at The Welsh Wildlife CentreFamily fun this February at The Welsh Wildlife Centre
    This February at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, bring the whole family along for some fantastic crafty events starting from the 17th February. On Monday, children can make their own creature from clay. Tuesday is a special ‘Magnificent Mammals’ day. Come and find out about native land and marine mammals that live in the area. Explore the skulls ...
  • Winter Fun at the Welsh Wildlife Centre!Winter Fun at the Welsh Wildlife Centre!
    Our Visitor Centre’s may be closed over the Christmas period, but get ready to bring in the New Year with home cooked hangover food and exciting wildlife activities! What’s your ultimate hangover cure? If an all day breakfast sounds just right, pop along to our Welsh Wildlife Centre Café in Cilgerran on New Years Day! Our Parc Slip ...
  • We are looking for members for our professional consultancy team!We are looking for members for our professional consultancy team!
    The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW)’s Welsh Wildlife Centre (WWC) have received a confirmed grant of £10,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for an options appraisal project. Thanks to money raised by National Lottery players, the options appraisal project will focus on improving the WTSWW Visitor Centre, infrastructure and ancillary buildings at ...
  • Welsh Wildlife Centre Awarded National Lottery Support!Welsh Wildlife Centre Awarded National Lottery Support!
    The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) Welsh Wildlife Centre (WWC) have received a confirmed grant of £10,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for an options appraisal project. Thanks to money raised by National Lottery players, the options appraisal project will focus on improving the WTSWW Visitor Centre, infrastructure and ancillary buildings at ...
  • Boardwalk appeal reaches target!Boardwalk appeal reaches target!
    Funding for a new 600m boardwalk at Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve has now been secured and the structure will be erected during the winter of 2019/20. The new boardwalk will create a circular route where there currently is none and will be free to access for local members and residents. The route will provide access through the ...
  • Arson Attack Destroys Bird Hide at Welsh Wildlife Centre!Arson Attack Destroys Bird Hide at Welsh Wildlife Centre!
    We are devastated to announce that our popular Kingfisher hide, located on the Wetlands Trail of the Welsh Wildlife Centre and Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve was burnt to the ground at approx. 9pm on Tuesday (24th September) evening in what looks like yet another malicious arson attack. Gina Gavigan, Marketing and Development Manager for The Wildlife ...
  • Have you booked your Christmas party?Have you booked your Christmas party?
    Now you may be thinking that it’s a touch to early to be thinking about Christmas already! But we’ve got an ongoing event that you’re not going to want to miss out on… From Saturday 24th November & Thursday 19th December  we’re offering Christmas lunches at the Welsh Wildlife Centre! Join us in our award winning Glasshouse Cafe ...

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