Radyr Woods is a hugely valuable resource for Radyr and Morganstown residents.
This little green oasis brings a natural woodland and a wide diversity of wildlife right to our doors. As the seasons change, so do the woods - and no two visits are the same.
However - the woods don't look after themselves! Without the work of the Radyr Woods Wardens, paths would be overgrown, brambles would thrive, weeds would choke everything - and the ponds would turn green and foul.
So - if you like Radyr Woods, why not join the wardens to help maintain and develop this great habitat? They are looking for new volunteers - and would be more than happy to welcome you to the team, whether you can spend an hour every month, or more, or less.
You can find out more about the wardens, here. And if you want to be a warden (or if you're just warden-curious) you can contact our clerk to discuss the possibilities.
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