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13 Jun 18

Guided walk and talk

We enjoyed hosting a guided walk at Treseisyllt for Pembrokeshire National Trust Association.

Mark, our Countryside Manager, talked about our plans for the land and how the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery is instrumental in improving the management of the coastal habitats here.

We were also joined by our new licensees, Ian and Nia, who chatted about their nature-friendly farming values.

Walkers at Treseisyllt

06 Apr 18

Reintroducing grazing to Porthlysgi

The first stage of the project is complete! Thanks to the support received from players of People’s Postcode Lottery, we have been able to return grazing to the coastal slopes at Porthlysgi on the Treginnis Peninsula. The project has allowed us to install 700 metres of new fencing in late March and we have since been able to turn our Welsh Mountain Ponies out onto the coastal heathland for the first time in seven years. These ponies will break up the blocks of gorse and scrub and encourage our heather and coastal flowers to spread.

New fences installed on the coast at Porthlysgi

24 Jan 18

Green light to revive coastal habitat

Fifty hectares of coastal habitat in Pembrokeshire will be revived for nature this year in a new conservation project by the National Trust. We've received £40,000 from players of People’s Postcode Lottery to improve the condition of important maritime grasslands and coastal heath habitats in North Pembrokeshire to benefit a range of wildlife including chough.