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Can you help restore nature?

Local people, community groups and businesses are being invited to help develop a local nature action recovery plan that will set out what needs to be done to restore and improve nature throughout Cardiff.

Cardiff’s Local Nature Partnership (LNP) says everyone can get involved by attending one of the workshops or drop-in sessions which it is running over the coming months.

Cardiff Council cabinet member Jennifer Burke said: “Taking part in a workshop or attending a drop-in session will help the Local Nature Partnership better understand what needs to be done for nature in the city, and help inform their future plans to support nature in Cardiff.”

The engagement programme launched with a workshop event in Butetown last week.

A further workshop will take place at the Sport Wales National Centre at Sophia Gardens on 16 January 2024, from 6pm to 8.30pm. This free workshop can be booked here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cardiff-action-for-nature-on-line-workshop-tickets-744063543087

There are also drop-in events, including two in North Cardiff:

Radyr Church. 10am – 1pm, 18 November

Star Centre, Splott. 10am – 12pm, 21 November

Lisvane and Llanishen Reservoir Visitor Centre, 10am – 12.30pm, 24 November

Bute Park Visitor Centre. 11am -2pm, 25 November

Dusty Forge, Ely. 1.30 – 3.30pm, 27 November.

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