• 23/02/18
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    Welcome to Sirhowy Valley Woodlands, your local nature reserve

    Take a walk on the wild side, give yourself a break- it’s yours to enjoy on foot, by bicycle on horseback, with family and friends or just with mans best friend! Follow the country code and respect this your […]

  • 10/02/18
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    We’re passionate about protecting woods and trees, but we always need your help.

    Wales is one of the least wooded countries in Europe. Woodlands make up just 14% of the landscape and less than half of these are native, or broadleaved. Find out more about them below, and also what you can […]

  • 27/02/17
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    Did you know?

    Ancient woodland is irreplaceable and therefore especially valuable and important. Some ancient woods may even date back to the original wildwood that covered much of Wales following the last Ice Age.

  • 27/02/17
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    Woodland restoration

    Help us to improve the infrastructure in the woodlands, join us on the first Sunday of the month from 10am – 12pm when we litter pick, improve pathways, etc

  • 27/02/17
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    1 of the 3 ponds on site

    Watch out for the heron, see the tadpoles, newts  and frogs – admire the stunning view over Tredegar, oh for a bench!!

  • 27/02/17
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    Breathtaking views to be enjoyed by all

    Come take a walk through the woodlands and meadows of Sirhowy Valley Woodlands and enjoy the breathtaking views.

  • 27/02/17
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    The Welsh Daffodil

    In Wales, the daffodil is a symbol of our patron saint, David, (Dewi Sant in Welsh). Did you know? Daffodils announce beginning of the spring and waking of nature. They are one of the rare species of plants that […]

  • 27/02/17
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    Ladybird, ladybird…

    There are about 5,000 different species of ladybirds in the world. These much loved critters are also known as lady beetles or ladybugs, and in many cultures they’re considered good luck. Have you spotted any recently at Sirhowy Woodlands?

  • 27/02/17
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    Bluebell Forest

    Did you know that Bronze Age people used bluebell glue to fletch their arrows? Can you tell the difference between our native bluebell and the Spanish invasive species that’s threatening our wild populations?