NWWT

AcronymDefinition
NWWTNorth Wales Wildlife Trust
NWWTNothing Wrong with That
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In 2008 NWWT bought and to the south of the quarry, which eventually closed in 2012.
NWWT now manages the hay meadows around the farm, which is let to a private tenant.
It also gives a good work-out, as scything uses all parts of the body, said NWWT's Amy Green, who runs the Wild About Mold project.
"The historic significance of churches as buildings is well documented," said NWWT consultant Iwan Edwards "Of course they are protected, but not so the churchyards.
With the National Trust and RSPB Cymru, NWWT prepared a paper cataloguing their "significant" concerns at the lack of mitigation measures put forward by Horizon Nuclear Power, the site's developer.
13: Anglesey NWWT talk by Ian Wright, "Anglesey's environment and wildlife", Trearddur Bay Village Hall, 8pm.
| A probable American Golden Plover was seen at Gronant late last week, two Curlew Sandpipers were on Anglesey's Dulas estuary and a Honeybuzzard was spotted over NWWT Cemlyn Bay.
Visit Cemlyn NWWT reserve at the busiest time of the year for the tern colony.
New owners are the North Wales Wildlife Trust (NWWT), which is planning a day of bug hunts, pond dipping and wildlife spotting to mark the region's newest nature reserve.
27: NWWT summer fair, Breakwater Country Park, Holyhead, 11am-5pm.
MQT later linked up with NWWT to make the most of the site's "ecological, geological, historical and recreational importance".
It's a great time to visit RSPB South Stack and Cemlyn NWWT on Anglesey.