Sustaining Caerphilly’s Landscape

Through the Sustaining Caerphilly’s Lansdcape project Caerphilly Woodlands Trust, received additional support to help us manage ‘Coed-y-Werin – The People’s Wood’ and as a result we continue welcome old and new visitors to learn more about why woodlands are important and what is involved in keeping them accessible for future generations with ecological reports to inform us about the biodiversity of our woodland.

Iolo Williams Naturalist, TV presenter and author exploring
Over 350 million years of geological history revealed in the exposed rocks at our SSSI site.

The project was delivered with support via Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Rural Development Programme and Countryside and Landscape Service through the Welsh Governments Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 and funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and Welsh Government.

Children from Hendredenny Park Primary School planting trees for the future at Coed y Werin