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Riverfly Monitoring Newsletter – winter 2017/18

The latest riverfly monitoring report from Natural Resources Wales is out... Please click here to read in full. With special thanks to West Wales Rivers Trust volunteer, Jo Cunningham, for her sizable contribution to the study and of course, all the volunteers who...

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Health and Safety for Riverfly monitoring volunteers

  Health and Safety for Riverfly monitoring volunteers Workshops that Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust holds for Riverfly volunteers provide training and equipment, including health and safety procedures and how to complete a risk assessment form for in-river sites where...

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The Cleddau Trail

Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust's Cleddau Trail is a two-part ‘source to sea’ road journey which features 20 sites to visit throughout the Cleddau rivers catchment. Part 1 of the Trail follows the course of the Eastern Cleddau river catchment, which is important for...

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Otters On Camera!

  News on the Otters & Education Project. We received grant funding from The Countryside Council for Wales, kindly match funded by South Hook LNG. It was used by Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust to deliver an extension to our Interactive Education Programme focusing on...

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Churchland Farm

  Spittal Brook (Western Cleddau catchment)   In conjunction with the landowner, The Countryside Council For Wales and Environment Agency Wales, we have removed a large rock blockage from the Spittal Brook at Churchland Farm.   This was put in approx 30-35 years ago...

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Penty Parc Stables

  Cartlett Brook (Western Cleddau catchment)   In conjunction with the landowner, The Countryside Council For Wales and Environment Agency Wales, we are hoping to install approx 500m of new fencing, 4 access gates, 1 drinking trough and 3 armoured (we are putting...

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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.

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