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Cwm Taf Nature Network

The Cwm Taf Nature Network Project has been funded through Welsh Government’s, Enabling Natural Resources and Wellbeing (ENRaW) scheme.

The Cwm Taf Nature Network will form a collaboration of organisations in the Cwm Taf Health Board region to manage green infrastructure for the benefit of local people, businesses, and communities.

The project is split into three themes and align the Cwm Taf and Bridgend Well Being Plans with the themes of action for the ENRaW Scheme: 

  • Enable - Increasing access to green infrastructure
  • Empower - Improving environment quality for thriving communities
  • Unite - Creating a connected network of green spaces

Events and activities

Volunteer Day at Ogmore Washeries

02 December 2022, 10am - 2pm

Ogmore Vale Washeries

The Cwm Taf Nature Network are holding their first volunteer day this December.

Learn how to fell and coppice non-native species like Conifers, Cotoneaster, Rhododendron and more.

Tea and coffee will be available however, we advise you bring your own lunch.

Please remember to wear suitable clothing as you will be working outdoors - Waterproofs, a warm coat, wellies or boots, gloves.

To book your place, please email: lowri.owen@bridgend.gov.uk

Christmas Scrub Bash and Community Litter Pick

16 December, 10am - 4pm (drop-in session)

Frog Pond Wood, Village Farm Meadow Industrial Estate, Pyle

This activity is suitable for adults (ages 14+)

Coffee, tea and mince pies will be available on the day!

Please bring waterproof clothing and sturdy footwear, sessions are physical so discretion is advised - gloves, tools and training will be provided.

For more information contact Lowri.Owen@bridgend.gov.uk

This project is a collaboration between Bridgend, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Councils.

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