We organised a week full of archaeological activities and talks in the village of Redwick for the local and wider community to volunteer and take part.
Surveying wildlife is essential if we are to improve our understanding of the state of nature. The information gathered during surveys is very helpful as it can reveal how wildlife numbers and distribution can change in response to climate change and habitat loss.
As part of our Pollinating the Levels awareness programme, we joined forces with artist Tom Maloney and five schools in Newport.
On Saturday June 8th, the host of BBC One's 'One Show', wildlife reporter Miranda Krestovnikoff, who is also president of the RSPB, helped to unveil a one-of-a-kind bronze relief model sculpture as part of the launch of the Living Levels 'Gwent Levels Revealed' project.
Once again guided walks on the Gwent Levels proved to be a popular activity as part of this year’s Chepstow Walking Festival, attracting over 60 pairs of feet to our three guided walks
Our major new volunteering project has started with a kick-off meeting on February 13th attended by a whopping 24 enthusiastic volunteers from all ends of the Levels!