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Results for "active"

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  • Ten of the best

    Looking for an outdoor adventure? Check out these ideas to get active in the outdoors and explore Wales’s countryside.

  • Top ten activities

    Take your pick from our list of ten activities and try out something new!

  • 16 Jul 2018

    Tickets on sale for women’s mountain bike weekend

  • 21 Sep 2017

    Ladies mountain biking weekend success

    Natural Resources Wales (NRW) joined forces with our partners to host a mountain biking weekend dedicated to women.

  • 28 Dec 2017

    Escape outdoors with our team in North West Wales

  • 01 Apr 2016

    Spring into Adventure!

    At long last Spring has sprung and with the weather improving we need to make the most of it so why not get the family active outside for some easy, free entertainment?

  • Health and wellbeing

    Our purpose is to ensure that the natural resources of Wales are sustainably maintained, enhanced and used, now and in the future. As part of this we have duties and opportunities to both protect and improve people’s health and well-being.

  • Shoreline management plan

  • Come Outside! programme

    The current Come Outside! programme ended on 31 March 2016. The programme enabled 260 organisations to involve nearly 3,500 people from deprived communities in over 1,000 outdoor activity sessions.

  • 01 Jan 0001)

    Pilates Classes

    Thursday | 5.30pm – 6.30pm | Coed y Brenin, near Dolgellau

  • How our work might affect you

    We are currently planning a project called Bont Evans Tree Works and Stabilisation (BETWS). This has been set up to safely fell an area of trees and stabilise the hillside along the A487 trunk road near Ceinws, to the north of Machynlleth.

  • Cwm Ivy Marsh Habitat Creation Project

    Natural Resources Wales and the National Trust are working in partnership on an exciting and ambitious project to create a saltmarsh at Cwm Ivy Marsh, North Gower, that will provide compensatory habitat for future flood defences within the Carmarthen Bay Special Area of Conservation and create a new habitat for wildlife.

  • Wales Green Infrastructure Forum

  • Dormouse

    The Hazel dormouse is a European Protected Species (EPS). It is against the law to damage or destroy a dormouse breeding site or resting place (summer or hibernation nest), or deliberately to capture, kill, injure or disturb a dormouse.

  • Contact us through social media

    How we use social media and how you can get in touch with us.

  • July 2016 Disclosure Logs

    Latest logs for the month.

  • Why use wood?

    Wood and wood products have a lot going for them. Find out more about their benefits and potential for green growth.

  • Frequently asked questions

    We are currently planning a project called ‘Bont Evans Tree Works and Stabilisation’, or BETWS for short. This has been set up to safely remove an area of unstable trees and stabilise the hillside along the A487 trunk road near Ceinws, to the north of Machynlleth.

  • Ancient Woodland Inventory

    Find out how we identify and map ancient woodland in Wales and how you can access the data we collect and hold.

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