Recapturing, enhancing and celebrating The Gwent Levels
The Living Levels Landscape Partnership (LLLP) is a Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) Landscape Partnership Scheme which aims to reconnect people and communities to the Gwent Levels landscape and provide a sustainable future for this historic and unique area.
Explore our website to find out how our partners will be working together and with the community over three and a half years (from early in 2018), and how you can get involved with one of the exciting projects taking place in and around the landscape.
Watch our film about the amazing Gwent Levels landscape and the exciting work Living Levels will be delivering.
Over 100 people braved inclement weather to enjoy the inaugural ‘Big Skies’ artistic celebration event for the Gwent Levels at Newport Wetlands performed by Tin Shed Theatre!
Thanks to the coordinated efforts of partners and volunteers, nearly two tonnes of fly-tipping and litter was removed from Green Lane, Marshfield over two days in November.
As part of the Living Levels Black Spots to Bright Spots project, the partners are organising a clear up of the reen on November 8th on Green Lane and a community litter pick up on Friday 9th November from 09:30am-11.45am.
A staggering 1032 visitors ‘unlocked’ the history of the Gwent Levels at our flagship History day last month!
Our flagship event was part of Cadw’s Open Doors month and took place on September 29th and attracted 1032 visitors.
Thanks to Heritage Lottery funding, we are proud to announce that we have been able to support 12 agricultural contractors local to the Gwent Levels to take part in the Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS).
Would you like to lead a fantastic project under the Living Levels Landscape Partnership programme which will capture and record the memories of a range of different communities living in the historic and unique Gwent Levels landscape?
Intrepid Pollinator volunteers were put through their Bee Identification paces by BumbleBee Conservation Trust’s Sinead Lynch at a windswept Newport Wetlands this week…
The chance for children (and adults) to experience life as our ancestors did on the Gwent Levels up to 10,000 years ago…
‘BioBlitz the Wetlands’ on Saturday July 21st attracted 1,217 visitors to Newport Wetlands, with Chris Packham and the UK BioBlitz team touching down in the afternoon…
On Saturday 14th July 200 local people descended upon Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Magor Marsh Nature Reserve to enjoy an afternoon of activities for all the family.