Other events, courses and workshops
Bridgend Countryside is happy to promote these events so please click on the links (where applicable) for more information. If you have any further requirements please contact the organisers direct.
Bryngarw Park events programme spring 2013
Copy and paste the link below, or vist Bryngarw House on the BCBC website or http://www.bridgendbites.com
BEES – Working together in Bridgend forEnvironmental Education and Sustainabilty)
Wildlife Trust South & West Wales
Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales Bridgend Group
Programme: Winter-Spring 2013
Chair:Colin Mutton,10 Carreg Lwyd, Broadlands, Bridgend F31 2BS tel: 01656 654793 e-mail: email@example.com
Secretary:Peter Hatherley,Tŷ Tegeirianau,Derwen, Bridgend
CF35 6HD tel: 01656 662196 e-mail: PGHatherley@aol.com
Indoor meetings are held in the Ogmore Constituency Labour Party Social Club – OCLPSC –- Bryntirion, Bridgend
Monday 22nd April Mustelids – Food for Thought Dr Gareth Parry
Gareth works as a biodiversity officer with Shropshire Council. On one of his visits to south Wales in 2012 some of our members joined a walk which he led to find animal tracks, and they came back with enthusiastic reports. We have been lucky enough to persuade Gareth to make another journey south to talk to us. His subject is “mustelids”, the family of carniverous mammals that includes Badgers, Weasels, Stoats, Polecats, Otters and the dreaded American Mink. Tonight will be a chance to learn something about their remarkable history and ecology and their importance to the ecosystem. We’ll also be looking at some of the negative images touted by the media and considering if their poor reputations are deserved.
7.30 pm at the OCLPSC
Summer Programme Details will be circulated in the spring. ___________________________________________________________
Coity Wallia Common
‘Coity Wallia Commons extend over 1,063 hectares from Sarn to Pencoed and back towards Blackmill and Glynogwr, north of Bridgend. In 2010 the commons received funding for a three year biodiversity enhancement project, primarily funded by Biffa Award. The aim of this project is to restore and reconnect 1,063 hectares of priority habitats on Cefn Hirgoed and Mynydd y Gaer, with particular emphasis on habitat management for the marsh fritillary butterfly, high brown fritillary butterfly, shrill carder bee and the bog bush cricket. The project is managed by PONT and funded by Biffa Award Coity Wallia Commoners Association, , Rockwool UK, Bridgend County Council, Coity Wallia Board of Conservators and the Countryside Council for Wales.
Coity Wallia Commons Biodiversity Enhancement Project also aims to engage the local community by providing volunteer days (held each Tuesday), school visits, promotional and educational materials, hosting events and guided walks and attending local events.
For more information please contact Emma Douglas (Coity Wallia Commons Biodiversity Enhancement Project Officer) on firstname.lastname@example.org, 07579 008578 or 01656 857218 or visit www.coitywallia.org‘
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Wildlife Trust Kid’s Club at Kenfig
Details coming soon