Small pearl-bordered fritillary

Andy Karran

Butterflies on The British

Location: The British, Abersychan, NP4 7RB
25th May, Join us for a guided walk to discover the beautiful butterflies on The British.

Event details


11:00am - 3:00pm
A static map of Butterflies on The British

About the event

Join GWT Reseves Officer, Liz, for a stroll around the post-industrial landscape known as The British. With species-rich grassland, ponds, woodland and coal tips, this hidden gem has a fantastic diversity of butterflies, hosting species such as the Dingy Skipper, Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary and Small Heath. You may find binoculars helpful on this walk. 



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£10 (refunded after attending the walk)
This is a free event funded by the South East Wales Resilient Uplands project

Additional booking information

Booking essential.
The session is weather dependent and may be cancelled if inclement weather is anticipated.

Suitable for

Families, Beginners

Know before you go


On a lead
Dogs must be well behaved


The paths are steep and difficult  throughout.

Wheelchair access


What to bring

Please bring a packed lunch and binoculars. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear.



Contact us

Contact number: 01600 740600
Contact email:
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