Meeting Follow-Up

Tuesday 5th March 2024. (Recording).

Nature and History of Forest Farm

This online talk by Martin Chamberlain, the Secretary of the Friends of Forest Farm, explores the history of Forest Farm and the diversity of its flora and fauna, as well as an update on the work of the Friends. The talk can be viewed at the following link:

Tuesday 20th February 2024. (Recording).

Reversing the Decline of Nature in Cardiff

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are dedicated to reversing the decline of nature across our area, but the methods used in urban environments differ significantly to the more traditional conservation methods we may be more familiar with. Alex Griffiths, WTSWW’s Wilder Engagement Officer, describes how a new community-based approach to nature conservation is being implemented here in our capital city. The talk can be viewed at the following link:

Thursday 11th January 2024. (Recording).

The River Wye

James Hitchcock, the Chief Executive of the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust, describes what they and partners are doing to tackle the serious concerns about the health of the River Wye. The talk can be viewed at the following link:

Thursday 16th February 2023. (Recording).

Cemeteries: a haven for wildlife?

A recording of the talk on the wildlife of Cathays Cemetery in Cardiff by Carmel Thomas theStrategic Implementation Officer for Cardiff’s Breavement Services, can be viewed at the following link:

Tuesday 22nd November 2022. (Recording).

The Future of Farming and Wildlife in Wales.

A recording of the talk given byRachel Sharp, Director of Wildlife Trusts Wales,and Rhodri Irranca-Davies, Nature Recovery Manager of WTSWW, can be viewed at the following link:

Thursday 27th October 2022. (Follow-up).

Enhancing Biodiversity in Cardiff

Thank you all for joining our meeting last night. I hope that you found it both useful and enjoyable. As promised,click herefor a copy of the presentation by Chris Engel from Coed Caerdydd with details of their website. Their events are also on Eventbrite. I have thanked the speakers for their contributions. Any thoughts you have about future speakers, including any contribution you would like to make, would be most welcome. Also do let us know of any suggestions for activities in Cardiff that you think would make a difference for nature.

Rob Pickford (Chair, Cardiff Group)

WTSWW Cardiff 2022