NWWT member branches...

Anglesey branch at the 50th Garden party

Get involved with your local branch of NWWT, they create and run an amazing series of events every year and are always in search of more helping hands. Get involved, meet new friends and learn about your local environment.

Anglesey Branch

The Anglesey Branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust holds a wide range of indoor and outdoor meetings throughout the island and welcomes all like -minded enthusiasts. In winter there are afternoon and evening indoor meetings, recent topics include: geology of the island, marine life, Britain’s wild plants. Field visits are arranged according to the interests of the group. The Branch also hosts successful social events such as concerts and has a strong record of fund raising for NWWT.

When Winter meetings 1st Thursday of the month 2pm.
Where St Cyngar’s Church Hall, Llangefni.
Additional meetings Indoor Friday evening St Cyngar’s Church Hall, Llangefni or St Andrew’s Church Hall, Benllech. See Trust events listing for details.
Note Admission to all indoor meetings £2, to include refreshments.
Outdoor meetings See Trust events listing for details.
Contact  Penny Radford 01248 713022 / radfords713@btinternet.com


Arfon Branch

The Arfon Branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust welcomes everyone interested in wildlife and conservation. Winter meetings include talks on a wide variety of topics. From March to September we organise field meetings in North Wales with an expert leader. We also help manage the nature reserve at Aberogwen (the Spinnies), and hold regular Bird Watch days there in the winter months.

When Indoor meetings 4th Wednesday October to February 7.30pm
Where Main lecture theatre, Brambell Building, Bangor University, Deiniol Rd, Bangor.
Outdoor meetings Aberogwen work parties normally1st Friday in the month 10am, morning only.
For all other meetings and Bird Watch Days see the events programme.
Contact Sue Carter 01248 371 769 / sue@gorad.co.uk 

Conwy Valley Branch

The Conwy Valley Branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust welcomes everyone interested in wildlife and the environment. A programme of regular indoor talks and summer walks is arranged. The Branch also makes a huge contribution to NWWT as so many of its members volunteer at the Trust’s shop at the top of the tramway on the Great Orme.

When 2pm on the second Friday of the month from Oct to April
Where St David’s Church Hall, Glan y Mor Road, Penrhyn Bay.
Outdoor meetings see the Trust events listing.
Contact  John Underwood tel. 01492 533459 / 07783 773 225 / john.underwood100@gmail.com or Mark Sheridan 01492 583820/07505 214073 mark.sheridan.mgc@gmail.com



Clwydian Branch

The Clwydian Branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust welcomes everyone interested in wildlife and conservation. The Branch has an exciting programme of meetings in and outdoor, including opportunities to join an identification course. Some members keep in touch through their Facebook group and share photographs of interesting wildlife.

When Often Saturdays, check Trust events listing for details
Where Indoor meetings at Naylor-Leyland Centre, Well Street, Ruthin or Eirienfa Community Centre, Factory Place, Denbigh or Loggerheads Country Park.
Outdoor meetings see Trust events listing
Contact Mark Hughes 07800 771 570 / (mjdhughes1108@gmail.com); Sue Loose (lemusloose@yahoo.com)


Meironydd Branch

The Meirionnydd Branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust covers a wide area of N. Wales, while its stronghold is around Dolgellau. Everyone with an interest in wildlife and conservation is welcome to attend meetings. Recent outdoor visits have included a shore walk, fungus foray, bird watching ; you will see that a picnic is often an additional attraction.

When Tuesdays, often the 1st, but please check, Oct to March at 7pm.
Where Dolgellau Free Library, Dolgellau.
Outdoor meetings Some weekdays, some at weekends see Trust events listing.
Contact Janet Baker tel. 01341 423988 or 07812 659593 on the day / jemmole@hotmail.com

Wrexham Branch

The Wrexham Branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust covers the Eastern part of N.Wales and welcomes everyone with an interest in wildlife and conservation to its meetings. At outdoor meetings you will find a number of enthusiasts able to identify many of the plants, butterflies and other forms of wildlife, who are happy to share this knowledge with others. Members have taken a keen interest in Marford Quarry Nature Reserve and support work parties there.

When Wednesdays 7.30pm
Where Gresford Memorial Hall, Gresford.
Outdoor meetings See Trust events listing.
Contact Steve Palin 01248 471116 / stevepalin@supanet.com