North Wales Fisheries Conference 2015

A fishing conference organised by the Clwyd, Conwy and Gwynedd Rivers Trust and backed by Natural Resources Wales has been deemed a success. Over 60 people with a passion for Fisheries came to the visitor centre at Coed y Brenin to listen to and discuss lectures on...

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Afon Rhos Improvement Project

A recently completed project to improve a 150 yard length of the Afon Rhos in Gwynedd has opened up more than a mile of productive spawning ground for native brown trout and sewin which was previously difficult for fish to access. Click here to read the full report...

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Trust Opposes Unrestricted Access Proposals

The Trust has registered its support for the campaign being mounted by Sustainable Access Campaign Cymru to try to prevent the Welsh Government introducing legislation that could result in uncontrolled access to Wales’ inland waterways by canoeists and wild swimmers...

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Afon Crychddwr Near Llanllyfni

A joint project between the Trust and Afonydd Cymru to remove a major obstacle on the Afon Crychddwr near Llanllyfni in Gwynedd and replace it with a rock ramp natural fishway to make access to the upper reaches of the river by migratory fish and native brown trout...

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Expansion Into Gwynedd

At its March 2013 meeting, members approved the Trust’s proposal to expand its activities into Gwynedd at the invitation of three of the region’s angling clubs: Glaslyn Angling Association; Ogwen Valley Angling Association; and the Seoint, Gwyrfai & Llyfni Anglers’...

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Public Relations

In March the Trust 2013 appointed Medwyn Roberts MCIPR as its Public Relations Officer. Medwyn is a Welsh speaker and currently runs his own long established business providing PR and marketing support to a wide variety of clients. Reporting an environmental incident...

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Invasive Weed Control Programme

Member, Allan Cuthbert, has been appointed co-ordinator of the Trust’s invasive weed control programme for the Clwyd catchment area. Reporting an environmental incident To report an environmental incident such as suspected poaching, pollution or wildlife crime, the...

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Afon Gallen

In late 2012, Trust members completed work to eliminate an obstacle on the Afon Gallen in the Llangernyw area opening up an additional 15km of spawning area on the river to trout and migratory fish. The Afon Gallen is a tributary of the Afon Elwy. Reporting an...

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Reporting an environmental incident

To report an environmental incident such as suspected poaching, pollution or wildlife crime, the dumping of hazardous or industrial waste and illegal abstraction from watercourses etc, call Natural Resources Wales’ incident hotline on 0300 065 3000 (24 hour service).

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