North Wales Wildlife Trust’s response to Coronavirus

The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to the North Wales Wildlife Trust, and we have therefore been keeping a close eye on government advice in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

In recent days, we have been evaluating the services we provide involving social contact and making informed decisions about these given the current situation we are all in.

As of Tuesday 17 March, we regret to inform you that the majority of our events programme and volunteer activities are suspended for the foreseeable future. 

We will ensure that our events listings on our website are updated as frequently as possible, and hope to re-start when we can.  Please check in regularly!  We’ll still be updating our social media accounts, continuing to issue Wild Weekly and sharing fun and stimulating activities for families.

Stay close to nature
Our 36 nature reserves remain open and provide excellent places to unwind and take in the fresh air away from crowds. During this difficult time, it is more important than ever to maintain a connection with the natural world.  Wildlife goes on, after all.

Find your local nature reserve

If you are unable to make it to a local nature reserve, then time noticing nature in your garden or other outdoor space can also help relieve stress and improve mental wellbeing. Our Five Ways to Wellbeing very much apply, even now!

Five Ways to Wellbeing  Ideas for staying connected

North Wales Wildlife Trust would not be able to carry out the important work we do for people and wildlife without our supporters and we thank you all for your continued support during these exceptional times – and wish you all well.

Stay safe, and stay wild – from all at NWWT.