• Expensive Welsh Government consultation failure

    Thursday 7th February, 2013

    Traffic falls in last 5 years, yet costly road building offered as only option.

    Read full story

  • Reprieve for the Gwent Levels

    Wednesday 6th February, 2013

    The Welsh Government has been forced to admit that further consultation is needed regarding road building on the Gwent Levels.

    Read full story

  • Circuit of Wales planning application - latest news

    Wednesday 30th January, 2013

    The Heads of the Valleys Development Company has announced that the Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council is in the process of reviewing its planning application for Circuit of Wales.

    Read full story

  • UK bans sales of 5 invasive non-native aquatic plants

    Tuesday 29th January, 2013

    Parrot's Feather and Fringed Water Lily, Derbyshire (Philip Precey)

    The UK government has announced that five species of invasive non-native aquatic plants are to be banned from sale in order to protect wildlife.

    Read full story

  • Wild Things!

    Monday 21st January, 2013

    Bluebell

    "Wild Things" is a new Channel 4 programme revealing how plants offer us an understanding of our changing British wildlife in a really exciting way.

    Read full story

  • Organic Hay Bales for Sale

    Tuesday 15th January, 2013

    Read full story

  • Ash dieback found in Wales

    Wednesday 19th December, 2012

    Autumn colours

    The news we were all expecting.....ash dieback has been found in Wales and unfortunately now here in Gwent.

    Read full story

  • Grant Scheme for Monmouthshire Local Wildlife Sites

    Thursday 13th December, 2012

    Laid hedgerow (R Price)

    Thanks to the Monmouthshire Natural Assets Project, grants of up to £2,000 are available for capital works on Local Wildlife Sites...

    Read full story

  • Pine Marten found in Wales - 1st in 40 years

    Wednesday 12th December, 2012

    Pine Marten

    A road casualty pine marten has been found in Powys, representing the first known carcass in Wales for 40 years and unequivocal proof that Pine Martens are hanging on in Wales....

    Read full story

  • Ash action plan welcomed

    Wednesday 14th November, 2012

    Ash bud by northeastwildlife

    The five point plan for addressing ash die back in the short-term, issued yesterday by Secretary of State Owen Paterson, is warmly welcomed by Gwent Wildlife Trust.

    Read full story