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.
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?
Despite the searing heat of a balmy Bishton summer’s evening, many local people turned up to hear author and local historian Andrew Hemmings present chapters from his book ‘Secret Newport’ at Bishton Village Hall on Tuesday July 10th.
Are you a budding artist looking for a really exciting opportunity to work with young people and communities of the Gwent Levels to create artworks which help interpret and understand the unique landscape?