• Opencast should stay in the past – Welsh Wildlife Trusts and Friends of the Earth Cymru think it is time to move on

    Friday 7th August, 2015

    With the promising news that Caerphilly Council have rejected plans for a new opencast mine to be built in the Rhymney valley, Welsh Wildlife Trusts and Friends of the Earth (FOE) Cymru explain why it is so important that opencast mines stay firmly in the past in order to protect the environment in Wales and globally for the future.

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  • Wildlife picture perfect – Gwent Wildlife Trust’s 2015 Photography Competition!

    Thursday 6th August, 2015

    Gwent Wildlife Trust eagerly welcome photographers to take part in the annual GWT Photography Competition 2015 which is zooming into focus on a start date of Saturday August 15th.

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  • It’s Wind in the Willows this August at Magor Marsh!

    Tuesday 4th August, 2015

    Stuck for things to do this August with the family? Gwent Wildlife Trust have got you covered with not one but two performances of a brand new adventure based on the adventures of Ratty, Toad, Mole and Badger on Friday 14th August, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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  • Looking for things to do over the Summer holidays? Not to worry there is lots of fun to be had in Gwent!

    Sunday 19th July, 2015

    The summer holidays are here and there is no shortage of things to do in Gwent, we have workshops, walks and events running all year round but here is a pick of some highlights perfect for the family this summer.

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  • Crucial consultation on Wales Environment Bill gives you the chance to have your say

    Tuesday 14th July, 2015

    The National Assembly for Wales is consulting on the draft Environment Bill for Wales and the Wales Trusts would like to hear your views on crucial issues including the protection of wildlife, acting on climate change for the long term, and the importance of money raised from the 5p carrier bag charge going towards the vitally important work environmental charities do to work for people and the environment.

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  • Grand Summer Fun Day 2015 welcomed visitors from far and wide!

    Monday 13th July, 2015

    Baby hedgehogs and visiting school children from Chernobyl were just a few of the highlights from Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Grand Summer Fun Day 2015

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  • Rare wildflower meadows and pollinators under threat from proposed housing development in Torfaen; GWT need your support in opposing the planned development

    Friday 19th June, 2015

    Developer Taylor Wimpey are putting forward a proposal to build on land in Torfaen which is home to some of the last remaining wildflower meadows left in the UK.

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  • South Wales businesses line up for the challenge this summer – 2015 is best year yet for Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Corporate £50 Challenge!

    Tuesday 16th June, 2015

    2015 heralds Gwent Wildlife Trust’s best year as more businesses than ever before sign up to support GWT’s Corporate £50 Challenge.

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  • Gwent Wildlife trust wins Heritage Lottery Fund support for Magnificent Marshy Mammals Project!

    Monday 15th June, 2015

    Gwent Wildlife Trust is delighted to have just received a grant of £47,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project on the Gwent Levels. Led by volunteers from the local community, The Magnificent Marshy Mammal Project focuses on wetland mammals including the rare water vole and elusive otter in the beautiful Gwent Levels landscape.

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  • Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon must lead by example

    Friday 12th June, 2015

    Tidal lagoon developments must 'maintain the highest possible standards of environmental sustainability'

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