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Welcome to Nathaniel / Croeso i Nathaniel

Welcome to Nathaniel / Croeso i Nathaniel

A big welcome to Nathaniel James who joins us this month as our Restoring the Rheidol Project Officer. Nathaniel has had a passion for rivers since he was very young, having spent most of his childhood exploring and fishing rivers of South Wales. This interest led him...

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Action for Gower’s rivers / Gweithredu dros afonydd Gŵyr

Action for Gower’s rivers / Gweithredu dros afonydd Gŵyr

Action for Gower’s rivers Local river restoration charity West Wales Rivers Trust have been successful in obtaining funding from the Welsh Government Sustainable Development Fund to deliver a range of improvements on rivers in the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural...

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We are hiring! / Rydyn ni’n llogi!

We are hiring! / Rydyn ni’n llogi!

River Rheidol Restoration Project Officer Ceredigion based, with occasional travel required within the county of Carmarthenshire. Part time, flexible working (4 days/32 hours per week). Occasional evening or weekend working will be required, but this will be kept to a...

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Farewell to Kathy & Ieuan / Ffarwelio â Kathy & Ieuan

Farewell to Kathy & Ieuan / Ffarwelio â Kathy & Ieuan

At the end of April, we said a sad goodbye to our Project Officer Ieuan and Trust Development Officer Kathy, who are moving on to new roles. They will be very missed, however we are happy that we will still be in touch with both of them, as Ieuan is moving to a...

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The Human Beaver

The Human Beaver

Wales’ uplands have experienced dramatic changes in land-use over the past centuries. Following the last ice age, the whole of the UK was dominated by forests containing a mixture of pine and broadleaf species. The Cambrian Mountains which form the spine of Wales from...

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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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