Tyfu Môn arrives in Menai Bridge!

This summer sees the launch of our brand new community project – delivered and created by young people – to combat the decline of our native UK wildflowers.

Young people taking part in the ‘Our Wild Coast’ project on Anglesey have come together over the last two years to develop and deliver a community campaign engaging people with nature. After a lot of hard work we are proud to present Tyfu Mon! Funded by ‘Grow Wild’ - a national outreach initiative of Kew Gardens - this project will see us deliver 6 exciting events on our Caeau Pen-y-Clip Nature Reserve in Menai Bridge, all focussed on our amazing native wildflower species. Areas covered will range from learning how to collect wild seeds to how to create a spectacular wildlife friendly garden and ID flowers yourself.

The young people behind Tyfu Môn have a passion for nature and wildlife, and are driven to bring people together to highlight issues and inform people. One such young person is Jayke, who stated:

“I’m really interested in native wildlife species and what we can do to help those in trouble. I am worried about bees especially, and really want to do something to help. I think native wildflowers (being so pretty!) are the best way to get communities on Anglesey interested in helping plants and insects in general”.

All of our events can be found on our Facebook page (@TyfuMon) or on the NWWT website. Come along and join us in creating homes for wildlife!