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Screening For Life Walk 01/07/2015
Let's Walk Denbighshire and Screening for Life have come together to promote the importance of screening for health and to encourage more people to take up the free screening opportunities available through the Health Service and keep healthy through walking. We would be grateful if you could forward the details of the walk to your members / contacts to try and encourage people to join the walk on the 1st of July and publicise this important issue. The walk will start at 10:30 on Wednesday the 1st of July from St Asaph Bowling Green (LL17 0RQ) and will take approximately an hour.
A Starring Role for Nantclwyd’s Lesser Horseshoe Bats
Nantclwyd y Dre is an historic timber town house in Ruthin, managed by our colleagues in Denbighshire Heritage Service. Not only is it home to a wealth of history, but it also houses a breeding colony of lesser horseshoe bats. The bats are females, which return to the attics each spring and summer to give birth and raise their young. Lesser horseshoes are one of the rarer species of bat in Britain, so we are incredibly lucky to have a sizable maternity roost in the heart of Ruthin.
Get Walking in the New Year
Come to Loggerheads Country Park for a healthy start to the new year.
Living Landscape Brought Back to Life
Denbighshire Countryside Service is part of an exciting new wildlife conservation project in Denbighshire and Flintshire. The Alun and Chwiler Living Landscape Project will improve habitats and benefit species within the River Alun (Alyn) and River Chwiler (Wheeler) corridors. This project is a partnership between Denbighshire and Flintshire County Councils, the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB, North Wales Wildlife Trust and Natural Resources Wales.