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Results for "lifestyles"

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  • 5 Help people live healthier and more fulfilled lives

  • Roath Brook Flood Scheme

    Reducing flood risk in Cardiff.

  • 17 Sep 2014

    Don’t be a bystander

  • Bats

    All species of bats in the UK are European Protected Species (EPS). It is against the law to damage or destroy a bat’s breeding site or resting place (known as a roost), or deliberately to capture, kill, injure or disturb a bat.

  • Improving our health

    We believe a healthy society isn’t one that waits for people to become ill. We all share a common responsibility to look at how our health is shaped by a broad range of social, cultural, political, economic and environmental factors, and to act accordingly for the benefit of future generations.

  • 23 Oct 2014

    Take a trip to the Wild Side

    A new campaign is being launched urging families to make the most of the extra hour after clocks go back this weekend (Sunday 26 October).

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  • Reducing health inequalities

    This theme aims to examine the opportunities to address health inequalities in South West Wales by using natural resources and habitats.

  • 12 Mar 2015

    New Apps for places to go and stories to hear

    Two new smartphone apps to help you explore the great outdoors in Wales.

  • 12 Aug 2016

    Success for Come Outside!

    Nearly 3,500 people from deprived communities across Wales have benefitted from a three year scheme to improve their health and ability to find work.

  • 17 Jul 2014

    Minister to attend celebration of outdoor recreation Programme

    John Griffiths, the Minister for Natural Resources, Culture and Sport, will today (Thursday, 17 July 2014) join in with an event to celebrate the achievements of a Programme to help people get fit in the great outdoors.

  • 08 Jul 2015

    Learning and Rafting at Tryweryn

    Local school children will tackle the river Tryweryn’s rapids in white water rafts later this week.

  • 18 May 2017

    Learning in Wales’ Natural Classroom

    Over the last year we have changed the way we provide learning and skills opportunities to people living in Wales.

  • 11 Jan 2019

    Exploring my role and the sites we manage

    Each month our teams write a blog about the special places they look after. Here, Pippa Hardman, talks about her new role as Reserve Manager.

  • 19 Dec 2016

    NRW investigates pollution incident

    Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is investigating a pollution incident after receiving reports of discolouration of the River Teifi in Ceredigion on Saturday (17 December).

  • 20 Mar 2014

    Counting the cost of storm damage

    Storm and flood damage on the Welsh coastline dominated the headlines in January and February but the true extent of damage to the wider environment is also now becoming apparent.

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