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We need your help spotting Radnorshire's wildlife.  From bumblebees and butterflies to wild flowers and hedgehogs, tell us what you've seen and where...

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Protecting wildlife in Radnorshire

Together with our members and volunteers, we are committed to enabling wildlife to survive and thrive across Radnorshire.

We’d love you to join us.

E-Newsletter Archive

Each of our E-newsletters has been filled to the brim with useful information on events, local developments, and other wild news!  If you are new and want to look through our previous newsletters before signing up, or a veteran looking for an easy way to access older entries, then look no further!  

A list of all of our previous newsletters can be found below, and will automatically update with the latest E-news once it is released:

Who we are

Radnorshire Wildlife Trust is the leading nature conservation charity in Radnorshire.

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Radnorshire Wildlife Trust

Radnorshire Wildlife Trust

We protect wildlife in Radnorshire.

We look after nature reserves for wildlife and people.

We are a charity. Our work is only made possible through the generosity of people supporting us. 

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Together we can make a difference

Whether you want to get stuck in with some physical work, or you're able to support a campaign or you wish to donate to our work in helping protect Radnorshire's wildlife - together we can make a difference.

Nature needs our help

 

“Nature urgently needs our help to recover – and it can be done. By joining up wild places and creating more across the UK we would improve our lives and help nature to flourish.  The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them."

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