New Years Day with The Wildlife Trust

The Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran. Photo: Stuart Hall

The Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran. Photo: Stuart Hall

Parc Slip Visitors Centre in the snow. Photo: MJ Clark

Parc Slip Visitors Centre in the snow. Photo: MJ Clark

We’re open on New Years Day 2019!

Once you’ve celebrated the festive season, eaten an unspeakable amount of mice pies and rung in the New Year, why not join us to dust of the cobwebs and start the New Year fresh with a walk around our nature reserves and a bite to eat?

At The Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran...

The Glasshouse Café will be serving our yearly one-off, all day hangover busting breakfast. There is something for everyone on the menu, so whether you are a confirmed carnivore, vegetarian, vegan or coeliac you can enjoy a big breakfast with us. The café is set within a beautiful nature reserve that aligns the Teifi River. There are a number of different trails just waiting for you to explore.

 

At Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre in Bridgend...

The café will be offering hangover busting bacon or sausage sandwiches with vegan & gluten free options too. We will have real fresh coffee and luxury hot chocolate available as well to warm you up after your wild walk. Parc Slip’s visitor centre is nestled amongst a 300 nature reserve which is steeped in history. Once an open cast coal mine, this beautiful patch of land has rebuilt biodiversity and now is home to a variety of wildlife and nature trails for you to discover.

We also have another 100 or so nature reserves around south and west Wales, so take a look at our nature reserves near you and get out and about this winter. Wildlife is waiting on your doorstep and all of our reserves are free to access and are open 24/7.

All profits from our cafes and shops go to fund our vital conservation work across south and west Wales. So eat well and keep Wales WILD!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

See you on the 1st January 2019