Gwent Wildlife Trust

Various Locations

Gwent Wildlife Trust is a charity dedicated to nurturing and restoring wildlife, part of a network of Wildlife Trusts across the UK. For over 60 years, they have been the leading conservation charity in Gwent, protecting wildlife and our natural environment, working to educate and empower people to understand and care about the natural world wherever they live, and influencing governments and others to make our corner of Wales a better place, richer in wildlife and more enjoyable for all.

The preserved county of Gwent covers: Newport, Monmouthshire, Blaenau Gwent, Torfaen and the eastern parts of Caerphilly. The Trust own and manage over 30 nature reserves covering, all freely open to the public, supporting other landowners and communities to manage land for wildlife. With around 30 staff, 300 volunteers and over 7500 members supporting the Trust, they are still growing and always looking for innovative people to help them continue to protect wildlife for the future.