Project: RWT Pentwyn

A place of hope for people and nature

Imagine a landscape buzzing, chirping and crawling with wildlife. A landscape that brings and maintains hope- hope for a better world for nature and people.

The land at Pentwyn will be transformed into a humming, buzzing and chirruping oasis where the calls of threatened birds can be heard once more.

Wild Mosaic is part of a wider campaign to support the restoration of full Pentwyn site (65 hectacres). You can find out more and other ways to help at rwtwales.org

Pentwyn future
© Jeroen Helmer / Ark Nature

Support the project

RWT Pentwyn consists of 4 plots broken into 3x3m squares ("tiles") of land. In order to support the restoration of the land, each tile is individually available to sponsor for a small fee.

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Meadow Pipit Ffridd

296 of 340 tiles available

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Marsh into Lugg

289 of 344 tiles available

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Hilltop Corner

343 of 395 tiles available

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Waterfall on the Lugg

250 of 285 tiles available

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Meadow Pipit Ffridd

296 of 340 tiles available

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Marsh into Lugg

289 of 344 tiles available

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Project Updates

RWT Pentwyn has 30 related updates.

Hilltop Corner in the late summer
2 days ago

Crickets and grasshoppers
2 days ago

How to tell the difference between crickets and grasshoppers

In the summer and early autumn you will be familiar with the chirping in the grasses...

A Roesel's Bush Cricket
2 days ago

cricket in Hilltop Corner

Green-veined White and a Globetail
3 days ago

Green-veined White and a Globetail

Common Green Grasshoppers
3 days ago

2 common green grasshoppers

Four-spot Orbweaver in 'Marsh to Lugg'
3 days ago

4spot Orbweaver

Orb weavers in Hilltop Corner
3 days ago

Orb weaver

Peacock butterfly
7 days ago

peacock butterfly

A tree falls
22 days ago

A quick tour of the Wild Mosaic subscription
about 1 month ago

A look round Waterfall on the Lugg: Butterflies, bracken and a buzzard
about 2 months ago

Meadow Brown butterflies
about 2 months ago

Meadow Brown

Spring flowers in Meadow Pipit Ffridd
4 months ago

bird's foot trefoil

Buttercups
4 months ago

buttercups in Hilltop Corner

Hawthorn in full bloom
4 months ago

hawthorn in May bloom

Crane flies enjoying Hilltop Corner in May
4 months ago

a menacing cranefly

Unexpected signs of life
4 months ago

Using tiles for ecological surveys
5 months ago

Camera traps
5 months ago

deer in the snow

Water
6 months ago

Some of the restoration work we've been able to fund
7 months ago

Livestock and rewilding
7 months ago

Sheep looking guilty

Field voles
7 months ago

Field vole, photo by Jon Clark

360 images of the Pentwyn site
8 months ago

Tree mix adjacent to Meadow Pipit Ffridd
8 months ago

Tree mix adjacent to Meadow Pipit Ffridd

Kites flying over Meadow Pipit Ffridd
8 months ago

Kites flying over Meadow Pipit Ffridd

View of Meadow Pipit Ffridd - December 2022
8 months ago

Meadow pipit Ffridd December 2022

Make your garden or street wilder!
9 months ago

Bring back wildness all around you

A vision for the future
9 months ago

Autumn fungi in Pentwyn
9 months ago

Autumn is a time to see fungi. Here are some examples of fungi in the Pentwyn site, and some of the more surprising wonders they hold

Chanterelle being eaten by a slug