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.

  • Halloween Hoot at the Welsh Wildlife Centre! Eagle OwlHave a Halloween Hoot at the Welsh Wildlife Centre this Autumn Half Term! The Centre has a whole host of events and activities happening throughout the week, including some spooktacular Halloween themed activities. On Monday 30 October, Silent World will be visiting with their fantastic beasts. Find out all about their way of life and where they ...
  • Get Your Wildlife Trusts Christmas Cards & 2018 Calendar Now! Wildlife Trusts Calendar 2018Delight your loved ones this Christmas with these sublime Wildlife Trusts Christmas cards, featuring outstanding images of British Wildlife enjoying the festive season!     The cards come in large mixed packs of 10 featuring 5 different images. The message inside each card reads ‘Happy Christmas’ and each pack comes with 10 white envelopes. All materials used are ...
  • Christmas & New Year’s Day at The Glasshouse Café Mince PiesFestive Fare amidst the flora & fauna of the Teifi Marshes.  Enjoy a festive treat amidst the tree tops in The Welsh Wildlife Centre’s Glasshouse Café, tuck in to fabulous home made festive fare while taking the chance to survey the stunning Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. The Autumn and Winter months are a very rewarding time to ...
  • Go WILD for our Glasshouse Café this Autumn Welsh Wildlife Centre DishesOur iconic and award winning Welsh Wildlife Centre is home to the wonderful Glasshouse Café. Visitors are invited to be our guest and sample our delicious home-cooked delights whilst enjoying the amazing panoramic views of the beautiful Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve, River Teifi and mature oak woodland. Four legged friends are also welcome in the ...
  • Summer Holiday Fun at the Welsh Wildlife Centre Welsh Wildlife CentrePay a visit to the Welsh Wildlife Centre this summer where you can have a go at a whole host of fun activities! With events taking place every day between July 22 and September 3, there’s plenty to do!     Every Monday during the holidays, make your own bubble wands and blow giant bubbles out on our badger ...
  • Whitsun Fun at the Welsh Wildlife Centre! ArcheryPay a visit to the Welsh Wildlife Centre this Whitsun half term for a whole host of fun activities! On the Bank Holiday Monday, have a go at some archery! The whole family can have a go with adult and children bows available, plus there are even tiny bows for toddlers too! On Tuesday 30 May, explore ...
  • Lift Upgrade works at The Welsh Wildlife Centre   The lift at the Welsh Wildlife Centre is to undergo full refurbishment starting on Thursday 4th May. This will mean that from this date for a period of several weeks there will be some disruption to normal disabled access to The Visitors Centre. Alternative disabled access will be from the main car park via the Explorer ...
  • Moo-ving Onto the Marshes The water buffalo have returned for anoter summer grazing the Teifi Marshes nature reserve. Five adult female buffalo arrived last week and will be here until the autumn. Water buffalo are fantastic conservation grazers and do a very important job for wildlife. Unlike cattle or ponies water buffalo love getting their feet wet and wallowing in ...
  • Lift upgrade works at The Welsh Wildlife Centre The Lift at The Welsh Wildlife Centre is to undergo a full refurbishment, with work starting on Tuesday 25th April 2017. This means that from that date for a maximum of four weeks there will be some disruption to normal disabled access to The Visitors Centre. The lift may be entirely out of service during part ...
  • Outdoor Yoga and Walking Meditation taster sessions at WWC Over the next couple of weeks there will be four free health and wellbeing taster sessions held at the Welsh Wildlife Centre. Walking Meditation sessions will be on Friday 24th March from 10am – 11am or on Saturday 1st April from 10am – 11am. Come and experience a walk through Teifi Marshes nature reserve that brings you ...
  • A Recap of 2016 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… Water Voles: We have continued to monitor the water voles since their reintroduction in 2014 and it’s good news! They are doing well and making good use of the extensive networks of ...
  • SA37 Residents Join Free Parking Scheme at the Welsh Wildlife Centre Welsh Wildlife CentreSince 2011, residents living within the SA43 postcode have been entitled to free parking at the Welsh Wildlife Centre. The team at the Welsh Wildlife Centre have decided to expand this scheme to include households within the SA37 postcode. Residents living within this postcode can sign up to the free parking scheme from Friday 21 October 2016. ...

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