Latest News from Wales

Still hope for wildlife if we act now – says GWCT advisor

With wildlife declining in Wales at an alarming rate, an advisor for GWCT says there is still hope.

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GWCT Wales advisor makes rallying cry for biodiversity support

GWCT Wales is calling for more people to support the good work being done in the Welsh countryside, which is losing biodiversity at an alarming rate.

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Poll results show environment minister made mistake in banning pheasant shooting

Welsh Environment Minister Hannah Blythyn has made the wrong decision to ban pheasant shooting, according to a new poll. Results from a survey carried out by fastmap show that out of 1,000 Welsh people asked whether they would like pheasant shooting to continue in Wales, 61% responded yes.

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GWCT Cymru hosting three winter events

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Cymru will be hosting three winter events in North Wales to promote the scientific research carried out over the past 80 years needed to underpin sustainable conservation practice in the future.

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GWCT Cymru response to Welsh Government’s ‘Brexit and our land’ consultation

SIMPLE, voluntary and highly-inclusive is how GWCT Cymru sees future direction for land management schemes in Wales post Brexit.

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GWCT Wales urges members to write to Assembly Members over pheasant shooting ban

GWCT Wales has written a letter for its members to use when requesting a meeting with their Assembly Members regarding Natural Resources Wales’ (NRW) decision to ban pheasant shooting on land owned by the Welsh Government Woodland Estate.

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NRW shooting review update

Natural Resources Wales' decision to ignore their own findings over shooting on its land is truly bizarre and is a blow to wildlife and those who work in rural Wales to protect it.

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GWCT Cymru hosts top shoot walk at Usk Castle

A well-attended shoot walk round the grounds of Usk Castle was held by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Cyrmu (GWCT) on 21 June.

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Conservationists launch rallying cry to save Welsh countryside

A rallying cry to halt shocking wildlife declines in the countryside was made to members of the Welsh Assembly from conservationists at GWCT Wales.

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GWCT Cymru welcomes scientific proposals by Natural Resources Wales on shooting

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Cymru welcomes the evidence-based proposals for shooting on land managed by Natural Resources Wales (NRW).

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Welsh rugby legend Sir Gareth Edwards converts prizes into cash for GWCT Cymru

With over 150 people present, Sir Gareth Edwards thrilled guests regaling colourful tales of playing for Wales and the British Lions during his rugby career which started 50 years ago.

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First GWCT Cymru newsletter now online

The very first Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Cymru newsletter has been published and is now available to download..
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Welsh rugby legend Sir Gareth Edwards to headline conservation dinner in Llandudno

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Cymru has announced that former Welsh rugby union player Sir Gareth Edwards will be the guest speaker at its annual dinner and auction in North Wales this November.
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Integrating farming with conservation provides a healthy shoot in the process

Although we continually question the true meaning of sustainability, Hendre Llwyn Y Maen in Denbighshire is a farm that oozes an abundance of richness in nature.
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GWCT Wales launches at the Royal Welsh Show

We are proud to announce the launch of Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Wales, which aims to raise awareness of conservation and game management across the country.
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Welsh Wildlife Wins With Fantastic Four Raffle

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is delighted to announce the winner of the Welsh Fantastic Four Shoot Raffle, which has raised £15,000 for its vital scientific research.
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GWCT appoints a new director in Wales
Sue Evans has been appointed director at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Cymru (GWCT Cymru).
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