Weir removal set to bring multiple benefits to West Wales river / Manteision niferus i afon yng ngorllewin Cymru yn dilyn cael gwared ar gored

A joint project between Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and the West Wales Rivers Trust (WWRT) to open the upper reaches of the Eastern Cleddau to migratory fish has been completed. The removal of the weir at Vicar’s Mill is the culmination of more than six years of...

River home learning resources / Adnoddau dysgu cartref afon

Are you struggling to think of activities for home schooling during lockdown? Missing being in and around rivers? The Rivers Trust have the answer! The Rivers Trust new Schools Hub is full of fantastic activities for families and children of all ages:...

Greener with Greggs – Cleaning up Carmarthenshire’s Rivers

We are delighted to announce that the West Wales Wales Rivers trust has been awarded £1190 from the Greggs Foundation to purchase tools and safety equipment to allow volunteers to remove plastics and other litters from rivers in our region. The inspiration came from...

Net licence duties for 2021-2023

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) have this week advertised Net licence duties for 2021-2023: Duties Notice [20958] 201028 Net licencing duties advertisement paper[20959] Statement from West Wales Rivers Trust: "It is appropriate that NRW have decided to review Net...

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Happy World Fish Migration Day!

Happy World Fish Migration Day!

Today, the 24th October 2020, marks #WorldFishMigrationDay 2020, a global celebration to raise awareness of the challenges faced by migratory fish. Across the world, organisations plan events, webinars and content to celebrate migratory fish and the work being carried...

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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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