We are a community managed wildlife group based in and around Wenvoe, a village in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. The group is made up of volunteers, many of whom live locally and others who come to help with our various projects.
Most of our work takes place in the parish of Wenvoe and St Lythans, which stretches from the edge of Caerau in the north, Dyffryn in the west, Barry in the south and Wrinstone in the east. We manage one Nature Reserve, four Community Orchards and help with a Community Woodland. Activities involve conservation, hosting visits, leading wildlife and foraging walks, monitoring wildlife and giving advice on local biodiversity.
With a good mix of meadow, woodland, streams and hedgerows the area offers much to see as far as plants and wild creatures are concerned and is being increasingly used as a base for professional ecology courses.