River experience day at Cenarth Falls / Diwrnod profiad afon yn Rhaeadr Cenarth

Book your space to come join us for a river experience day at Cenarth Falls on Saturday 19th November 12:00, where you will learn about the river Teifi and the array of species that call it home. A brief walk along the banks of the river Teifi will be incorporated...

Proposed new rod licence duties / Mae dyletswyddau trwydded gwialen newydd arfaethedig

Please see below from NRW regarding proposed changes to rod licence fees between 2023 - 2026 (Scroll down for Welsh). WWRT will be submitting a response to this consultation and encourage those with an interest to do the same. Gweler isod o CNC ynglyn â newidiadau...

Water releases – Tywi / Eastern Cleddau

We have been informed that NRW have formally instructed Welsh Water to begin their preparations for water releases from dams on the rivers Tywi and Eastern Cleddau, which start on the 2nd of September and will last for several days. This is to mitigate for the...
Water releases – Tywi / Eastern Cleddau

Water releases – Tywi / Eastern Cleddau

We have been informed that NRW have formally instructed Welsh Water to begin their preparations for water releases from dams on the rivers Tywi and Eastern Cleddau, which start on the 2nd of September and will last for several days. This is to mitigate for the...

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River Teifi Restoration Project / Prosiect Adfer Afon Teifi

River Teifi Restoration Project / Prosiect Adfer Afon Teifi

Often referred to as the Queen of Welsh Rivers, the magnificent Teifi is receiving the specific focus it deserves from West Wales Rivers Trust in our newly launched project – Restoring River Teifi, a one year project, supported by WCVA through the Landfill Disposals...

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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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