Japanese knotweed – correct treatment

We have been receiving reports of attempts at removal of the invasive non-native species Japanese knotweed by strimming which, as a charity working to restore rivers, is deeply concerning to us. It is an offence under section 14 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act...

The Eastern And Western Cleddau

Thanks to Afonydd Cymru for writing the piece below for their ‘River of the Month’ feature… At Picton Point in Pembrokeshire the tidal sections of two of West Wales’s best-known rivers come together to form the Daugleddau (or “two Cleddaus”). Their...
We are looking for new Trustees!

We are looking for new Trustees!

Can you help West Wales Rivers Trust protect our rivers for the future? West Wales Rivers Trust is a charity dedicated to restoring and safeguarding the rivers of West Wales for people and wildlife. West Wales Rivers Trust are in a period of growth and are...
Rivers for Communities project

Rivers for Communities project

WWRT are pleased to announce that we have received a £9700 grant from The National Lottery Community Fund for our ‘Rivers for Communities’ project, which will enable us to spend more time providing advice and identifying improvement opportunities for concerned groups...