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Chair Trustees

VWT is seeking applications for a Chair of Trustees. Apply by 31st January 2021.


VWT’s 2020 newsletter has been published.

New funding

VWT has received £180,000 from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund to future-proof its bat reserves.


Find out more about our work by reading short blogs written by staff, students and volunteers.

Wild again in Wales

Vincent Wildlife Trust's Pine Marten Recovery Project has resulted in the return of the native pine marten to Wales.

Following a feasibility study and extensive consultation, 51 pine martens were translocated to mid-Wales from Scotland between 2015 and 2017. This has resulted in the re-establishment of a viable marten population, with the population growing in number and range. Wild again in Wales is a summary of the project to date.

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