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The pine marten has returned to the woodlands of mid-Wales, thanks to the Vincent Wildlife Trust’s (VWT) pioneering project to restore this native mammal to a region in which it once thrived. Between 2015 and 2017, over 50 martens were brought from Scotland to the woodlands of mid-Wales where they were on the brink of extinction. The animals are breeding successfully as they settle into their new home.

Meet at Cletwr at 9.30am. It is planned to share cars for the drive to Devil’s Bridge.

Josie Bridges of the Vincent Wildlife Trust will lead us on a visit to the Pine Marten Interpretation Hub and on an easy walk of about 1 hour, when we will search for pine marten scat (droppings) and see film footage.

Return to Cletwr for 1.30pm.

Tickets in advance from Cletwr or on line @ Tocyn (+ booking fee).

Please telephone Cletwr if you are unable to attend. - 01970 832 113.

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Y Gymuned sydd biau’r Cletwr a nhw sy’n ei redeg.

Menter ddielw ydyn ni, wedi’i sefydlu i ddod a’r gymuned at ei gilydd i ddiogelu cyfleustrau a gwasanaethau hanfodol yn yr ardal wledig yma.

Cletwr is owned and run by the community.

We’re a not-for-profit organisation set up to bring the community together to safeguard vital facilities and services in this rural area.


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