A new guide to Rhydymwyn Valley Nature Reserve is now available
Rhydymwyn Valley Nature Reserve is owned by Defra and has a very interesting history. The site once hosted a former chemical weapons factory, manufacturing and storing mustard gas between 1940-1958 and there remain some Grade II Listed buildings, and a Scheduled Ancient Monument (SAM) at the site.
Wild Ground have an agreement with Defra to monitor and protect the wildlife on the site and to encourage the local community to participate in managing and developing the nature reserve.
The new guide is a very useful tool in promoting all about the site has to offer, covering the key habitats and the species that can be found there. The site features a woodland trail, butterfly garden, sensory garden, ponds, bird and badger hides and a visitor centre.
The nature reserve is only open for educational and recreational visits to member of the public and groups by prior arrangement, there is no open access to the site.
The guide will be available to visitors to the nature reserve or can be downloaded HERE.