Farming for nature on the Great Orme

A goat on the Great Orme, Llandudno, Conwy.

It’s a wildlife paradise, regarded as one of the top five most important botanical sites in Britain. A place where you can find flora and fauna seen nowhere else on earth.

But what does it take to manage such a treasure? 

We asked film-maker Huw Jenkins to make a short documentary about the site and our partnership approach to farming for nature.

So make a cup of tea, put your feet up and immerse yourself in the beauty of Pen y Gogarth, the Great Orme.


Great Orme - Farming for Nature

Since securing the Great Orme farm, Y Parc, we've been working with our conservation partners on a plan to boost wildlife and create walks. In Huw Jenkins' video, some of the people who are involved with the project speak about the Orme and the exciting times ahead


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