• M4 Public Inquiry ends but Gwent Wildlife Trust’s epic battle to save precious wetlands continues.

    Wednesday 28th March, 2018

    The Gwent Levels by Neil Aldridge

    As the M4 Public Inquiry concluded, Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT) made a plea to the Inspectors not to destroy Wales’ equivalent of the Amazon rainforest.

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  • £2.5m National Lottery Funding for the Gwent Living Levels.

    Tuesday 13th March, 2018

    A grant of £2.5 million from the National Lottery has been secured to help recapture, enhance and celebrate the unique heritage of the historic Gwent Levels landscape.

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  • GWT want Acorn of an idea for schoolchildren to grow!

    Thursday 1st March, 2018

    Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT) plan to give a pictorial poetry book to every primary school in Gwent, to inspire children about the wildlife around them.

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  • Gwent Wildlife Trust M4 campaign

    Wednesday 28th February, 2018

    The Gwent Levels by Neil Aldridge

    Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT) is battling to save Wales’ own equivalent of the Amazon rainforest - the Gwent Levels.

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  • A new M4 would jeopardise conservation work to save the UK’s fastest declining mammal.

    Monday 26th February, 2018

    A water vole on the Gwent Levels. Photo: Neil Aldridge.

    Gwent Wildlife Trust's work successfully helping endangered water voles will be jeopardised, if plans for the new M4 motorway go ahead.

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  • Valleys Volunteers Recognised With Environmental Award

    Tuesday 21st November, 2017

    Some of the award-winning Living Valleys volunteers with Tom Eyles

    A group of Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT) volunteers have scooped a top award for their dedication to the Trust and environmental work in the Livings Valleys area.

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  • Championing species to help Gwent Wildlife Trust's rare animal project.

    Tuesday 14th November, 2017

    Vote for GWT's #VoteVoles campaign to save endangered water voles

    A Welsh politician is appealing for people to support Gwent Wildlife Trust’s bid to save one of Wales’ most threatened native animals – the water vole.

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  • Snapshots of people and wildlife featured in new exhibition.

    Thursday 2nd November, 2017

    Allan Davies views the Furnace to Flowers exhibition in the Institute café.

    People and wildlife reaped the rewards of the Furnace to Flowers project which celebrated the past, present and future of the former Ebbw Vale steelworks site.

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  • #VoteVoles and help save one of the UK’s rarest animals

    Tuesday 24th October, 2017

    Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT) is appealing for your help to save one of Britain’s most endangered mammals - the water vole.

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  • Nature’s beauty captured at wildlife charity’s evening event.

    Friday 15th September, 2017

    They say that life imitates art, but at Gwent Wildlife Trust’s AGM event, it will be a case of art imitating wildlife.

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