Tag Archives: Ceredigion

Building Sustainability into Holidays

After years of planning and fundraising the new Denmark Farm ’Eco Holiday’ units are going up fast and we are all set to welcome guests from early 2013. The new accommodation will provide ‘Visit Wales’ 3 star standard accommodation at an affordable cost. As well as using sustainably sourced timber for the main frame, we … Continue reading Building Sustainability into Holidays »

Pop Goes the Weasel!

Our next Big Wildlife Watch event is on May 12th at 2 pm, when Jenny MacPherson from the Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT)  shares her knowledge of stoats and weasels, and demonstrates how to set up baited hair tubes to detect them. Weasel (photo by Frank Greenaway)  Following this free workshop, there will be opportunities to … Continue reading Pop Goes the Weasel! »

Helping People to Help Wildlife

Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, near Lampeter, is calling for four more Ceredigion communities to put their names forward if they want to work together to improve the local environment, for wildlife and for their enjoyment.  ‘Wildlife Where You Live’ (WWYL), which is managed by Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, helps people to identify and implement environmental … Continue reading Helping People to Help Wildlife »

Seasonal Celebrations for Wildlife Where You Live

Starting last night and over the next month or so we are rolling out an Autumn Celebration and Feedback event in some of our Wildlife Where You Live Communities. This is an opportunity to review progress so far and start to plan the next practical phase of  wildlife & related amenity projects. Our first event … Continue reading Seasonal Celebrations for Wildlife Where You Live »

Ten go ‘batty’ in Llanafan

Last week, the Llanafan ‘Wildlife Where You Live’ group held a Bat and Moth evening in their village. Armed with torches and bat detectors (fully equipped with bat-teries of course!), members of the North Ceredigion bat group  took ten enthusiastic attendees on a walk around the village. We saw  -and heard- a large number of pipistrelle bats feeding along the road … Continue reading Ten go ‘batty’ in Llanafan »