• Rising to the £50 Challenge

    Thursday 24th September, 2015

    Gwent Wildlife Trust announces Corporate £50 Challenge winner and thanks businesses large and small for making 2015 their biggest year yet!

    Read full story

  • Furnace to Flowers - Celebrating the past present and future in Ebbw Vale

    Monday 21st September, 2015

    Furnace to Flowers is Gwent Wildlife Trust’s vision to transform parts of the former Ebbw Vale Steelworks site into a space flourishing with wild flowers for both people and wildlife to thrive.

    Read full story

  • The Gwent Levels, a unique and vibrant jewel worth celebrating and worth saving

    Friday 18th September, 2015

    GWT join writer Julian Hoffman in celebrating the incredible value of the Gwent Levels as a unique and vibrant place not just for wildlife but for people to enjoy, a Living Landscape for all.

    Read full story

  • Capturing wildlife magic on camera - GWT Photography Competition winners announced at AGM!

    Thursday 17th September, 2015

    Gwent Wildlife Trust’s 2015 AGM highlights beauty of Gwent’s wildlife in photography competition and importance of member support

    Read full story

  • Rare King Diving Beetle caught on camera at Magor Marsh

    Friday 11th September, 2015

    As the M4 Relief road public events continue, a rare glimpse of a King Diving Beetle at Magor Marsh highlights the incredible value of Magor Marsh and the Gwent Levels for wildlife.

    Read full story

  • Open Letter to First Minister by leading environmental groups highlight serious wildlife and climate change implications of proposed M4 Relief Road

    Monday 7th September, 2015

    Leading environmental organisations in Wales have written to the First Minister expressing their concern about Welsh Government’s proposals for a new M4 relief road.

    Read full story

  • Dive team surveys around UK to help protect our seas for the future

    Monday 24th August, 2015

    Secrets of the seabed are being revealed as divers undertake exploratory scientific surveys in a bid to better understand the UK’s marine environment and help protect it for the future

    Read full story

  • Deputy Minister visits Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Ebbw Vale Centre!

    Monday 24th August, 2015

    Deputy Minister visits Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Ebbw Vale Centre to find out more about their ongoing commitment to support young people in finding work

    Read full story

  • Ramblers’ ‘Rambles’ book builds bridges for Gwent Wildlife Trust

    Monday 17th August, 2015

    GWT would like to give the Lower Wye Ramblers (LWR) a huge thank you for very kindly donating £2000, the second part of a total donation of £3000, to Gwent Wildlife Trust. The donation will and has enabled the Trust to improve access on its many sites that have free public access, including a new footbridge at Magor Marsh Nature Reserve.

    Read full story

  • Opencast should stay in the past – Welsh Wildlife Trusts and Friends of the Earth Cymru think it is time to move on

    Friday 7th August, 2015

    With the promising news that Caerphilly Council have rejected plans for a new opencast mine to be built in the Rhymney valley, Welsh Wildlife Trusts and Friends of the Earth (FOE) Cymru explain why it is so important that opencast mines stay firmly in the past in order to protect the environment in Wales and globally for the future.

    Read full story