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Gwent Wildlife Trust
Gwent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation organisation in Gwent. With the support of our thousands of members and hundreds of volunteers, we're protecting and wildlife and restoring wild places across Gwent and reconnecting people of all ages with nature.
Wildlife What's On
Level 2 Assist in Forest School
Agored Cymru accredited training to learn to assist a Forest School Level 3 leader.
Level 3 Certificate in Leading Forest School
Learn how to set up and run Forest School sessions in your setting.
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…
Annual Plant Sale
16th May, The Gwent Wildlife Trust's Chepstow Group will again be hosting their ever-popular Annual Grand Plant Sale and Bazaar.…
Race for Wildlife 2020
Sunday 10th May, register now for our annual 10k road race, 1k Fun Run and 100m dash!
This year's event is on the VE Day 75th…
Home Education Day - Vintage Flowers
Another in our series of home education days.
This event will start at Magor Marsh and then Rogiet Countryside Park later in the…
Award in Outdoor Learning Practice
26th March, Agored Cymru Level 2 Accredited training to build confidence in planning and delivering outdoor learning.
Focus on Nature - A Wildlife Photographer's Year
18th March, An illustrated talk by Chris Hatch, Vice-President of the Gwent Wildlife Trust, hosted by Chepstow Local Group
Stumptail : the life of a Dormouse
16th March, Gwent Wildlife Trust trustee and Reserve Warden Keith Allen will give a fascinating talk on this very shy and increasingly…
Gwent Wildlife Trust's Chief Executive
A personal introduction and address from our new Chief Executive, Adam Taylor
Gwent Wildlife Trust helps UK tree seed project.
Gwent Wildlife Trust has collected more than 1.3 million tree seeds and protected their future by banking them in the vaults of Kew’s…
The chances are you’ve heard or seen something about ‘Ash Dieback’, but how much do you really know about this issue? Our Woodland…