We were sad to hear in mid-July, of the death of one of our Vice Presidents, Peter Hope Jones, aged 85 after a long period of ill health. It marks the loss of someone who quietly made an…
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The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to the North Wales Wildlife Trust.
Earlier in 2020 the Wrexham Industrial Estate Living Landscape project transformed a marsh that had dried up at Marchwiel, on the outskirts of the estate.
North Wales Wildlife Trust are offering a free conservation training course for young people in Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy this summer.
We said fairwell to 2019 with another ‘Plast Off!’ beach clean event on the west coast of Anglesey. This time around, members of our NE Wales Youth Forum were in the driving seat; organising the…
A young volunteer from Amlwch has been recognised for her dedication to the Our Wild Coast project at the Welsh Charity Awards.
Ever heard of the River Conwy Afanc? Maybe the Afanc is not just a mystical creature of the past, after all!
The General Election is a crucial moment for wildlife. What can you do to help create a wilder future?
Hedgehogs face a combination of threats at this time of year – well, if you have nowhere to live and gather enough food to survive the winter, you’re going to be in trouble! But there are simple…
The flowers may be fading, but there’s plenty of life in your garden yet!