Boardwalk appeal reaches target!

Teifi Marshes by Carys Evans

Teifi Marshes by Carys Evans

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 reedbed and wet woodland part of this spectacular nature reserve, allowing visitors to immerse themselves fully in the glorious habitats of this Site of Special Scientific Interest.

The Wildlife Trust is grateful to the Welsh Government for providing 80% of the total cost of the boardwalk and to members of the public for raising the final 20%. The new boardwalk will be to a high specification, with recycled plastic base materials giving it the longest life possible, and timber upper structures for aesthetic and maintenance benefit.

The hope is to have it fully opened by Spring of 2020.

Sadly, we have suffered destruction to our iconic Kingfisher hide. We are currently fundraising to replace the hide, you can donate here.