Attracting the wildlife at Briton Ferry Quays

Briton Ferry Councillor Hugh James helping out Celtic Wildflowers planting wildflowers at The Quays by sowing Kidney Vetch seeds on one of the hibernacula.

The State of Nature Report (2016) found that over 56% of 4000 native plant species studied showed significant declines throughout the UK.

These plants not only provide the foundations for almost all of our terrestrial and wetland fauna, but also for our own wellbeing, and there is an ever pressing need to reverse the decline of our native flora for future generations. Celtic Wildflowers’ principal aim is to support species and habitat conservation by providing locally sourced plants and services to aid the recovery of our native flora at local and regional levels.

You can find out more on the Celtic Wildflower website here -

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