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Welcoming the Salmon

Sunday 19th November 2017,
1.00pm - 4.30pm

Venue: Gilfach

A guided walk to the waterfall at Gilfach to celebrate the arrival of the Salmon, followed by hot chocolate and an overview of their fantastic journey.

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Volunteer Old

Bracken bashing at Gilfach ReserveBracken bashing at Gilfach Reserve

Radnorshire Wildlife Trust is the largest voluntary organisation working in the county (i.e. Radnorshire) on all aspects of conservation. Already our work has helped to secure the future of many precious habitats and species, enabling them to thrive again.

From hedge-laying, coppicing, and bracken-cutting to helping in our shop or visitor centre; volunteers carry out a huge range of tasks.

Volunteers are the foundation upon which our Trust has been built, and people's time given freely is an integral part of our success.

Help us Manage our Nature Reserves

Geting rid of bogbean at Pentrosfa Mire

Practical work parties take place on most Tuesdays at one of our nature reserves. The work includes coppicing, hedge laying, gorse cutting, path and fence building and maintenance, pond maintenance, hay raking and bracken cutting. To register an interest in joining a practical conservation work party in the future, please contact Jonathan Stone, Reserves Officer jonathan@rwtwales.org

Help us in our Shop

Volunteer serving a customer in the RWT shop

Volunteers help with taking sales in both the shop at Warwick House and at the Visitor Centre at Gilfach Nature Reserve. For more information, please contact Emma Morgan, Administration Officer emma@rwtwales.org or Suzie Fraser, People & Wildlife Officer suzie@rwtwales.org

Help Deliver the Trust's Newsletters

We are always grateful to have volunteers to help put newsletters into envelopes, or to deliver the newsletters to members.  If you have some time and would like to assist in this way, please contact Emma, Administration Officer emma@rwtwales.org.

Help us Record Wildlife

Carrying out a survey

Volunteers also help the staff with a range of surveying work including monitoring roadside verges, investigating bat activity and observing wildlife species. For further information please contact Phil Ward, Manager Radnorshire Wildlife Services phil@rwtwales.org or Darylle Hardy, Living Landscapes Project Officer darylle@rwtwales.org

If you have other skills you feel you can offer Radnorshire Wildlife Trust on a voluntary basis, such as newsletter distribution or welsh translation or engineering, please do get in touch via Emma Morgan, Administration Officer emma@rwtwales.org