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Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales Brecknock
Contact: Pauline Hill

Office 1, Royal Buildings, 6 The Bulwark,
Brecon LD3 7LB

01874 625708




Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales Brecknock

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts across the UK. We cover an area of 9,787 km² in South and West Wales - including around half of Wales’ coastline! We own and manage 110 nature reserves covering 2,007 hectares, 50 of which are designated SSSIs, 10 are National Nature Reserves and 4 are islands, including Skomer and Skokholm island. We have around 800 volunteers and over 10,000 members!

We have a vision where wildlife is abundant, resilient and secure; where opportunities for nature, both in our urban and rural environments, are optimal; where extensive, interconnected natural habitats are robust and sustainable, providing opportunities for the full range of native species.

The Brecknock region (formerly Brecknock Wildlife Trust) joined WTSWW in 2018. Covering the south of Powys this area includes 18 nature reserves.

Read our Strategy 2020-2030 here : Strategy 2030: Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

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