• Help lead the way with Gwent Wildlife Trust’s a-moo-zing volunteering opportunity!

    Thursday 31st August, 2017

    Moo with a view: GWT's volunteer shepherd Pauline with cattle.Photo:Adrienne Cox

    A retired nurse who swapped caring for people, for nurturing wildlife and enhancing nature, is appealing for others to join her and become a volunteer shepherd with Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT).

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  • Fen-tastic day out for charity's new members

    Thursday 31st August, 2017

    Life On Marsh: GWT’s Robert Magee points out wildlife to Heron House staff

    A leading Newport financial management company had a wild day out of the office in support of Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT).

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  • Wildlife partnership flying high!

    Monday 14th August, 2017

    Vine House Farm Nicholas Watts

    Vine House Farm, the home of pioneering wildlife-friendly farmer Nicolas Watts and his family, grows 400 acres of bird seed, including 100 acres of sunflowers, and is a haven for a host of wildlife. This month The Wildlife Trusts are celebrating a flourishing 10 year partnership with Vine House Farm, working together for wildlife. By donating up to 5% of its sales to The Wildlife Trusts, Vine House Farm has raised over £1,250,000 to support wildlife conservation across the country, and inspire people to experience wildlife first-hand.

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  • Drama and discovery day at Magor Marsh nature reserve

    Friday 7th July, 2017

    Wind in the Willows by Dreamshed Theatre

    Enjoy a Saturday afternoon at picturesque Magor Marsh, meeting real-life characters and creatures from the much-loved children’s classic, Wind in the Willows. Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT) and friends hold their popular, Grand Summer Fun Day at their Magor Marsh reserve, on Saturday, July 15, from 1-5pm.

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  • Our Response to Circuit of Wales Decision

    Tuesday 27th June, 2017

    Our Response to Circuit of Wales Decision

    Gwent Wildlife Trust (GWT) are pleased the unique mosaic of wildlife habitats on the former proposed Circuit of Wales site will not now be destroyed. But with continuing uncertainty over the future of the site GWT are calling for this wildlife-rich, valuable ecosystem to be protected for future generations.

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  • New Nature Reserves Guide Out Now!

    Wednesday 21st June, 2017

    Gwent Wildlife Trust Nature Reserves Guide

    If you are a member you should have received your new reserves guide in the post by now.

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  • Gwent Wildlife Trust Wins Prestigious South Wales Business Award!

    Tuesday 21st March, 2017

    Debbie and Julia collecting Business Growth Award 2017

    Gwent Wildlife Trust were announced as winners of the South Wales Business Growth “Family Friendly Business” Award 2017 in Cardiff this month. At the awards ceremony a panel of judges from the regional business community applauded Gwent Wildlife Trust’s work in bringing together people and organisations from education, conservation, business and public sectors to deliver a vast range of outdoor learning and wellbeing opportunities and benefits to thousands of South Wales families, either free of charge or at very reasonable costs.

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  • Wilko teams raise over £32,000 for Gwent Wildlife Trust!

    Monday 6th March, 2017

    Wilko in Caldicot raise over £32,000 for GW as their charity of the year!

    Team members at wilko Distribution Centre in Caldicot, Magor, spearheaded by a dedicated charities team, have already helped raise over £32,000 for Gwent Wildlife Trust through our charity partnership.

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  • Gwent Wildlife Trust bags £5000 from carrier bag charge fund!

    Tuesday 21st February, 2017

    Gwent Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce it has bagged £5000 from a Tesco funding scheme!

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  • Wildlife Trusts in Wales respond to the Hendry Review

    Friday 13th January, 2017

    Across the Severn (Karen Lloyd)

    The Wildlife Trusts in Wales welcomes recognition by the Hendry Review, released today, that any tidal lagoon development in the UK should be subject to strict monitoring of any impacts of the technology on the marine environment. The Hendry Review, an independent study, was commissioned by the UK Government following Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP)’s plans to build tidal lagoons along the Severn Estuary to harness tidal power, and has come out in support of the development of a pathfinder tidal lagoon project at Swansea.

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