Bridgend countryside volunteer opportunities: Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

Yep it’s that time of year when volunteer events are published showing the breadth of countryside volunteer opportunities in Bridgend. Yes we have listened (Leigh) and with a more joined up approach this year from all volunteer providers, there should be less conflicting events and more chance to take part in as many activities as possible..

On that note..

The list of events and activities for January- March at Parc Slip Nature Reserve have been released. Most events are £2 donation only and will be meeting in the Visitor Centre.

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hedge laying Parc slip

The upcoming events list with full details about each event can also be found on the website here http://www.welshwildlife.org/visitor-centres/parc-slip-visitor-centre/pswtvc-events/ or feel free to contact Rose by email or phone using the details below. Keep  year eye on the website in case any extra events are added.

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Please note that over the Christmas period the Visitor Centre and Coffee Shop will be closed from end of business on Sunday 22ndDecember until Tuesday 7th Jan except for a Winter Wildlife Walk on Saturday 28th December. The Nature Reserve will be open for wildlife watching and walking as usual.

Rose Revera
People and Wildlife Officer
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

Tel: 01656 724100
Fax:  01656 726980
Email: r.revera@welshwildlife.org
Website:  www.welshwildlife.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ParcSlipNatureReserve
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParcSlipNR

The Nature Centre
Fountain Road
Tondu
Bridgend
CF32 0EH

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