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Whale and Dolphin Conservation

‘A world where every whale and dolphin is wild and free’

Whale and Dolphin Conservation. We are campaigners, we are researchers on boats in the oceans and rivers, we are advisors to governments at the International Whaling Commission, we are volunteers talking to schoolchildren or fishermen. Together we are ‘one’ WDC.

Policy contact: Mick Green
Press contact: Danny Groves

Address:
In Wales: Bronhaul, Pentrebach, Talybont SY24 5EH

National: Brookfield House, 38 St Paul Street, Chippenham, SN15 1LJ

01249 449 500

Wildlife Trusts Wales

'Protecting wildlife for the future'

Wildlife Trusts Wales facilitates the work of the six Wildlife Trusts in Wales – Brecknock, Gwent, Montgomeryshire, North Wales, Radnorshire and South and West Wales. It speaks on behalf of the Welsh Trusts on areas of national interest and drives forward a programme of all-Wales work best delivered from a national platform. The six Wildlife Trusts in Wales work together in partnership to achieve our common aims, and we are a charitable Trust set up to assist their activities and act as an interface with public bodies,including the Welsh Government and key stakeholders.

Policy contact: James Byrne
Press contact: Sarah Philpott

Address: Baltic House, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff, CF10 5FH

Email: info@wtwales.org

029 2048 0070

Woodland Trust

'Wales is better with trees'

The Woodland Trust is the UK’s largest charity championing native woods and trees. It has 300,000 members and supporters. The Trust has three key aims: i) to enable the creation of more native woods and places rich in trees; ii) to protect native woods, trees and their wildlife for the future and; iii) to inspire everyone to enjoy and value woods and trees. 

Established in 1972, the Woodland Trust now has over 1,000 sites in its care covering approximately 20,000 hectares (50,000 acres). These include over 100 sites in Wales, with a total area of 1,580 hectares (3,900 acres). It offers free public access to nearly all of its sites. The Trust’s Welsh language name, “Coed Cadw”, is an old Welsh term, used in medieval laws to describe protected or preserved woodland.

Policy and Press contact: Rory Francis

Address: Suite 101, Castle Court, 6 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ

0292 022 7732

WWF Cymru

'Helping people and nature to thrive'

WWF Cymru is the Welsh office of WWF-UK, part of the world’s leading independent conservation organisation.

Policy contact: Anne Meikle
Press contact: Richard Nosworthy

Address: Churchill House, 17 Churchill Way, Cardiff, CF10 2HH

Email: cymru@wwf.org.uk

029 2045 4970