We have changed our name to Wild Ground!

This is a result of a re-branding exercise, motivated by many factors, including the
need to sustain the charity going forward and engage with new audiences.
As part of our re-brand, we sought and were granted permission from the
Charity Commission to widen our area of public benefit from North East Wales to
Wales and England.

We will still perform the same activities under our charitable objectives,
however, our wider area of benefit has the potential to increase the number of
beneficiaries with whom we work.  The changes we have made underpin the
charity’s business plan to ensure that it remains viable with no loss of
service to its existing beneficiaries.

We have moved offices!

Our new contact details are:  North East Wales Wildlife Ltd, 3-4 Plas Power Road, Tan y Fron, Wrexham, LL11 5SZ.
Tel: 01978 269568

Acting locally to protect green spaces for wildlife and people…

We are a small charity operating in the counties of Flintshire, Wrexham, Denbighshire and Conwy. Our business involves land management, providing training courses, running public events, working with schools and colleges to provide educational activities and running a volunteer programme. These activities are dependant on funding. Learn more about us

Get Involved
There are many ways to help nature, you can simply have a look at our fact sheets and get creating at home, become a volunteer and participate in conservation activities with NEWW, become a member and support us in our work, encourage children to get involved and become a Junior Ranger so they can learn whilst out and about on the reserve with knowledgeable and experienced staff. Read more

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Voluntering with us

Mondays (weekly) – Roaming Reserves Team with Paul – 9.30-3.30

Our Monday team travel across all our sites in the three counties, heading to wherever work is most needed.  If you sign-up to this group Paul will contact you the week before with the site and task.  We meet in Wrexham at 10 and finish back at base for 3, or volunteers can travel independently to the site, but your own transport is required for joining this team.


Volunteering sessions with Kate’s Krew take place every Tuesday at Knowle Hill and Lane End reserves, Buckley.

  • Feb: 27th
  • March: 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
  • April: 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th


Wednesdays (weekly) – Connah’s Quay Team with Helen – 10.30AM-3PM

This team are working within the Our Back Yard Community Greenspace Project across the wide range of parks within Connah’s Quay. There’s a huge variety of activities planned to improve the sites for wildlife and recreation. Locations of sessions will vary each week and you will need to find your own way there. You can keep up to date with what’s on via the Our Back Yard Connah’s Quay Facebook page, Groundwork North Wales website or request a paper programme from the team.  Contact Helen by phoning 01978 757524 or emailing her at helen.carter-emsell@groundworknorthwales.org.uk


The Rhydymwyn volunteer team will continue to run weekly from September, every Thursday:

  • March: 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
  • April: 5th ,12th, 19th, 26th,
  • May: 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st


Volunteer tasks may involve getting a bit mucky! Please wear outdoor, weather appropriate clothes, sensible footwear and bring lunch. Booking is essential for all events and volunteering so we know how many people to plan for. If you are no longer able to attend any of our events, please let us know as there may be people waiting to book on.  Activities are subject to change, and we’ll do our best to inform you of any changes as soon as we can. We are happy to provide lifts from and to Wrexham/Mold where possible, if you inform us beforehand. See our website for more information: www.newwildlife.org.uk or phone 01978 269568