Gwent Wildlife Trust
Gwent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation organisation in Gwent. With the support of thousands of members and hundreds of volunteers, we're protecting wildlife and restoring wild places across Gwent and helping people of all ages reconnect with nature.
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Race for Local Wildlife
Race for Local Wildlife this autumn and raise money for your favourite Gwent Wildlife Trust nature reserves. The Race for Local Wildlife…
Level 3 Certificate in Leading Forest School
Agored Cymru accredited training for teachers and community leaders to learn how to set up and run Forest School sessions in your…
Level 2 Assist in Forest School
Agored Cymru accredited training for teachers, teaching assistants, volunteers and community leaders to learn to assist a Forest School…
Introducing Macro Photography - Waxcaps, Mosses and Lichens
Please note: Due to the rapidly changing Covid-19 infection rates and current Welsh Government guidelines we have…
Award in Outdoor Learning Practice
Agored Cymru Level 2 Accredited training to build confidence in planning and delivering outdoor learning.
Family Pond Dipping at Magor Marsh in August
Family Pond Dipping at Magor Marsh.
Marshy Monday Migrating Marvels
3rd August, Come to Magor Marsh for a fun afternoon for the whole family.
Marshy Monday Butterflies and Moths
27th July, A fun afternoon for all the family at Magor Marsh Nature Reserve.
Dragons and Damsels at Beaufort Ponds
15th July, Discover the diversity of dragonflies and damselflies that live in our uplands.
Life on Marsh
Join us at our annual Gwent Wildlife Trust and Living Levels festival, Life on Marsh, to celebrate the amazing heritage of the Gwent…
The rare plants of Henllys Bog
6th July, Enjoy some unusual flowers on a guided walk around the botanically-rich Henllys Bog nature reserve.
Magor After Dark
2nd July, Discover the creatures of the night at Magor Marsh Nature Reserve.
Our thoughts are with everyone at this difficult time. GWT staff will be sharing updates about spring wildlife and ways to connect with nature (even while self-isolating) on our website, in emails and on Social Media.
The outbreak of COVID-19 across the UK is affecting many areas of our work. For more information about whether this affects how you support us or engage with us, please visit our Coronavirus update page.