Gwent Wildlife Trust is supported by six groups of dedicated volunteers around the county. Each group supports us in different ways; including by running work tasks, hosting evening talks, and fundraising locally on our behalf.
Contact your local group
To get more involved with your Local Group, contact Rob Magee on email@example.com or get in touch with your Local Group Leader directly as below:
Abergavenny Local Group
Debbie Stenner 01600 740600, firstname.lastname@example.org
Blaenau Gwent Nature Group
Michael Jones 07837 501172, email@example.com
Chepstow Local Group
Hilary Lee 01291 689326, firstname.lastname@example.org
Monmouth Local Group
Alison Willott 01600 740286, email@example.com
Usk Local Group
David Gale 01291 673141, firstname.lastname@example.org
My Wild Newport volunteer group
Rob Magee 01600 740600, email@example.com
We'd love to see you at one of these talks, hosted by your local group
My Wild Newport
25th March, Find out all about the My Wild Newport project with Rob Magee
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…
Fascination Of Fungi
10th March, An introduction to the role of fungi in ecosystems, looking at some of the interesting species in different habitats.
The Gwent Living Levels Project
19th Feb, Recapturing, enhancing and celebrating The Gwent Levels - an illustrated talk by Gavin Jones.
Chepstow Local Group
Clive Faulkner from Montgomery Wildlife Trust giving a talk on Ospreys
11th Feb, Steve Roberts has spent over 30 years working with the rare Honey Buzzard, a special woodland raptor.
Usk Local Group…
Monmouth, 20th Jan, GWT's Wild Health Officer Ian Thomas talks about how nature is helping people feel better
Dippers in the Wye Valley
An illustrated talk on Britain's only aquatic songbird, by ecologist and county bird recorder Dr Stephanie Tyler