Next Meeting

Thursday 19th April 2018, 7.30 pm




Wallace Lecture Theatre (0.13), Main Building, Cardiff University

Rhondda "Healthy Hillsides”Project

The Rhondda Valleys make up one of the most scenic and wildlife rich areas in Wales. It is a landscape shaped by people, and the Healthy Hillsides Partnership Project is an attempt by a number of organisations to better manage our hillsides for wildlife, and in doing so, to reduce the risk of wildfires on the hillsides. Sarah Woodcock managed this project for the Wildlife Trust and will be describing the issues involved, the work, and the outcomes.

N.B. Following Sarah's talk, there will be a brief AGM for the Cardiff Group of the Wildlife Trust. Non-members who attend the talk will have an opportunity to leave before the AGM.

Non-members are welcome to come to any of our meetings.

Click on this link for a location map:Cardiff University Main Building

For further information email: info@wtswwCardiff.org.uk


Please note that we have had problems with the arrangements for the proposed boat trip on the Ely river, on Saturday 21st April. This has now been cancelled but we hope to include it in next year’s programme.










WTSWW Cardiff 2015