Using the Terrain Rider, you can access one of Bannau Brycheiniog National Park’s best locations, Mynydd Illtyd, right next to the National Park Visitor Centre.
Get in touch now to book an informal 15-minute chat with us to begin the process of submitting your proposal to the Save Our Wild Isles Community Fund. We are here to maximise the success of all applicants in Wales, so we would love to hear from you.
Aviva, in partnership with WWF and the RSPB, is giving £1 million to support community groups across Wales and the UK to protect and restore nature in their local area.
We all have the power to make a real difference and help bring nature back to life. That’s why WWF, the RSPB and Aviva have come together to launch the Save Our Wild Isles Community Fund to make it easier for communities to take action for nature.
From creating community gardens and replanting wildflower meadows, to protecting local wildlife and promoting community connection to nature – together we can help communities around the UK bring nature back to life and make our isles wilder.
As the project partners for Wales, Groundwork Wales are here to make your application a success. We are delighted to be working with the Save Our Wild Isles Community Fund to help support organisations in Wales who are keen to apply
For more information, Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Hywel is the project co-ordinator.
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