Lottery Award

Lottery Award

Regenerating Pwllheli By Nature

Pwllheli Town Council has been successful in its bid for £ 15,000 from Cadw - the Welsh Government's historic environment service and the Heritage Lottery Fund. An application to create an outdoor classroom at the nature reserve in Pwllheli. This has been made possible by funding from the Square Mile Treasures programme which is based on a concept called a 15 minute city where everyone can meet most of their needs within a short walk of their home. The programme aims to help people strengthen their connections with the surrounding environment through ideas such as creating new walking trails; window displays; digital resources or interpretation panels. The project in Pwllheli focuses on managing the reserve and the old island, putting up signage to raise awareness, developing volunteering and creating a community allotment / garden.

Work begins 7/12/20

Clearing work conitinues 27 January 2021

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Thank you to all Pwllheli Wombles members for their volunteering work over the last couple of months.

Your hard work is much appreciated.



















Work in progress on the Open Air Classroom 12 2 21



Voluntary work continues 27 2 21


Despite the inclement weather, there was a special visitor to the developing Outdoor Class which is being developed at Lôn Cob Bach Nature Reserve.

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A lot of preparation work continues at the Community Garden and Allotment.







16 3 21 Nesting Boxes Installation

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17 3 21 First Occupants Have Arrived!

A pair of Blue Tits have nestled in already in the nest boxes at the Lôn Cob Bach Nature Reserve.

Thanks to Angela Jenkinson for capturing this special moment in her fantastic photographs.

Blue Tit

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