Wales Biodiversity Partnership


Nature’s Treasures in Bannau Brycheiniog

Bannau Brycheiniog NPA


Nature’s Treasures in Bannau Brycheiniog 

In celebration of Wales Nature Week Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Visitor Centre will be hosting a week-long exhibition of Nature’s Treasures that can be found across the National Park. There will be a variety of exciting activities which will appeal to all, so do come along and find out more.

The exhibition will be open from Saturday 22nd July until Friday 28th July with additional activities led by National Park Staff, taking place on the 24th and 26th July.

Central to the exhibition will be a treasure chest full of interesting information and activities about the nature-based Treasures that can be found in Bannau Brycheiniog.

Our Treasure Chest will contain resources and information to:

  • Guide you on a Wildlife and Wellbeing Trail around the Visitor Centre which allows you to breathe in clean air, take in the spectacular views and use all your senses to enjoy your surroundings whilst highlighting some of our efforts to support habitats for wildlife.
  • Allow you to make a climate action pledge and share your vision.
  • Inform you of some of the exciting natural treasures that can be found in the Park.
  • · Information on how to be involved in Wildlife Recording.
  • Learn about all the exciting work the National Park is undertaking for Nature Recovery.
  • · Learn about how to become a National Park Young Ambassadors for Wildlife
  • Learn about the work we are doing for Dark Skies and how it affects our wildlife.

On Monday 24th and Wednesday 26th July, come along and meet the staff who look after Nature’s Treasures within Bannau Brycheiniog. Between 10am and 3pm National Park staff will be available to

  • · Undertake a Minibeast safari
  • · Design a wildlife poster
  • · Learn how to create a butterfly drinking station and a tin can minibeast hotel
  • · Chat about the exciting nature in the area

The National Park is a place where big things can and do happen. Many of the opportunities for nature recovery in the Park are set within ecosystems and habitats of exceptional size, scale and quality – this exhibition will introduce you to some of this work and demonstrate how you can get involved.

We look forward to seeing you there.