Month: April 2016

Government of Guyana to open land-rights talks with Wapichan thanks to Welsh support

Government of Guyana to open land-rights talks with Wapichan thanks to Welsh support

Cymraeg isod An indigenous group based in the forests of Guyana, South America are hopeful that their land will be officially recognised by the government thanks to the support of the people of Wales. The Wapichan people have been living in and using their forests sustainably for generations, yet the government only officially recognises the […]

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Celebrating the Rainforest in Wales

Celebrating the Rainforest in Wales

Cymraeg isod by Janie Pridham, Education Coordinator A few weeks ago 55 pupils from 7 Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire joined a day of rainforest celebration with Size of Wales at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. It was the finale to a project that began earlier this term with exciting rainforest workshops in each school from […]

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Winner of Rugby Raffle!

Winner of Rugby Raffle!

Cymraeg isod We had a great time running our Rugby Raffle again this year – while loads of you entered, unfortunately there could only be one winner and that was Sam Semple-Thomas. Originally from Haverfordwest, Sam now works as a senior nurse in Southampton and is a loyal Welsh rugby fan. We’ve been speaking to […]

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Elections are coming – get involved!

Elections are coming – get involved!

Cymraeg isod As you may know, the Welsh Assembly elections are happening in just under a month’s time on Thursday 5 May. We’ve teamed up with some of our Welsh partners and will be supporting a selection of husting events between now and the election. The first one is tomorrow night (Tuesday 12 April) in […]

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