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North Wales Wildlife Trust

Eithinog appeal

Fundraising for North Wales Wildlife Trust

27 %
£15,210
raised of £56,000 target
by 28 supporters
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  • Event: Eithinog Appeal

North Wales Wildlife Trust

North Wales Wildlife Trust is working for an environment rich in wildlife for everyone. With over 6,000 members in North Wales, it is the largest voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving the full range of local habitats and species.

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Support our Eithinog Appeal!

£1 to buy it, but £100,000 needed to restore it!

Cefnogwch Apêl Eithinog!

£1 i brynu’r safle ond mae angen £100,000 i’w adfer!

After years of campaigning, Eithinog also known as Brewery Fields, has been saved and with your help, can be a place for Bangor residents to enjoy, and for wildlife to flourish. Work has already begun to reinstate fences, gates and stiles.

Little has been done to care for Eithinog for a long time. It will cost the Wildlife Trust in the region of £100,000 to look after it for the next 5 years. We have already raised £44,000 of grant aid, but we have a very short time-frame to raise a further £56,000 to enable us to spend the grant secured.

The Wildlife Trust will be managing Eithinog for both wildlife and people. To encourage a diversity of wildlife, rare flowers and fungi, we will create and maintain a patchwork of woodland, wildflower meadow and scrub. It will be an interesting and attractive landscape for enjoyment and adventure.

Help us reconnect people with their local natural heritage. With Friars, Tryfan, Garnedd and Cae Top schools so close, children in particular can gain enormous benefits from Eithinog ...

Research shows that there are many benefits in children having contact with nature and outdoor experiences.

We see Eithinog as a natural space, full of wildlife, for people of all ages, and especially children. We aim to provide a place where youngsters have the freedom to play, learn in an outdoor classroom, test their stamina, reconnect with and respect nature, improve their health, increase their confidence, learn social skills, enjoy being outdoors, do better in school and prepare themselves for adult society.

Eithinog - where the sight of children playing and learning outdoors, is the norm rather than the exception.

Don't let another generation of children become disconnected from their natural environment! Please help and send us a donation ...

Thank you!

 

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