Gwent Wildlife Trust is supported in its charitable activities by seven Local Groups situated around the county. Each group is run independently and most of them host a series of walks, talks or work tasks at different times throughout the year. Please see our events page for the latest walks and talks or contact the Local Group directly for their annual programme.
Abergavenny Local Group
Keith White 01873 852036, email@example.com
Blaenau Gwent Local Group
Jeff Smith 01495 371423, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chepstow Local Group
The Chepstow Local Group organises a programme of events throughout the year and we would be delighted to meet you at any of these. Evening meetings from October to March are held at Chepstow Leisure Centre on the third Wednesday of the month (except December) at 7.30pm and cover a good range of wildlife topics.
In order to raise much-needed funds for GWT, we run a Grand Plant Sale in May and continue selling plants at other events and locations during the summer. We urgently need a few more volunteers to help grow and look after plants for these events. Could you help us with this?
Magor Marsh Reserve is the focus of most of our fundraising and we support both the practical conservation and the education work carried out there. Wildlife Warriors, a thriving group for teenagers participating in wildlife activities, is currently benefiting from our fund-raising efforts.
Hilary Lee 01291 689326, email@example.com
Monmouth Local Group
The Monmouth group holds an illustrated talk on the third Monday of the month in the winter season: September to November inclusive and January to March. Talks are on wildlife topics and are held in Shire Hall, Monmouth, beginning 7.30pm. Suggested donation £2. Everyone welcome, including non-members. No booking needed, just turn up.
Best wishes, Alison Willott
Chair, Monmouth Local Group
Alison Willott 01600 740286, firstname.lastname@example.org
Torfaen Local Group
Vicky Hannaford 01495 759139, email@example.com
Usk Local Group
The Usk Group present a Winter programme of illustrated talks on the second Tuesday of the month (except December) in the comfort of The Glen-yr-Afon House Hotel, Usk. Talks start at 7.30pm and cover a wide range of topics from local wildlife to “once in a lifetime journeys” to overseas destinations. Admission is £2 and accompanied children under 16 free. Non members of the GWT are most welcome and we would encourage you to bring your friends and neighbours to our talks where you will receive a friendly welcome and be with like-minded people.
David Gale 01291 673141, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wildlife in Newport Group (WING)
Roger James 01633 263374, email@example.com