Learning Resources

All downloads from this page are protected via the laws of copyright. Teachers and pupils may reproduce in printed form the material for use in the classroom or for field work studies provided that the copyright symbol is reproduced on all such printouts.
Each downloadable file is available in either Microsoft® Word Format or Portable Document Format (PDF). Note that if your computer cannot read PDF files you will need to download and install a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The download topics are also available on this site as Web Pages (HTML format), and links to each of these formats are provided in the table below:

Catch and Release – Best Practice Guidelines
Fishing Byelaws and advice on Disease Control
Salmon Life-Cycle
River ‘beasties’ – Identification Key
River Wildlife Food Web
Reducing River Pollution by Good Management
River Pollution – Nutrient Cycle & Wetlands
Water Savings
Water Cycle
Water Pathways on a Farm
Complete Water Cycle Education Pack – Low Resolution (approx. 1 Mb) English
Complete Water Cycle Education Pack – Low Resolution (approx. 1 Mb) Welsh
Complete Water Cycle Education Pack – High Resolution (approx. 4.5 Mb) English
Complete Water Cycle Education Pack – High Resolution (approx. 4.5 Mb) Welsh

The Trust gratefully acknowledges the generous assistance of the Westcountry Rivers Trust and its partners for their assistance in providing in electronic form the Water Cycle Education Pack upon which many of the downloads from this page have been derived; of Llandysul Angling Association for reproduction of its educational information; and of First Nature for text and graphics from its website.

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The Cleddau Trail Map

The Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust Cleddau Trail takes you on two 'Source to Sea' river journeys. Follow the Western Cleddau Trail to discover unspoilt natural habitats, home to migratory salmon and sewin, kingfishers and other wildlife. The Eastern Cleddau Trail follows the flow of Pembrokeshire's rainwater as it becomes drinking water.

CLICK HERE FOR MAP & DETAILS

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