2 X part time self employed Magical Mammals Red Squirrel Rangers (one contract covering Anglesey and northern Gwynedd and the second contract covering Clocaenog Forest) Contract Scope and role description Post to be contracted for 12 months initially. The contract is budgeted at 2.5 days per week. However, hours are flexible and should be determined…Details
CRST is having an exhibition at Loggerheads Country Park on Saturday 10th April and Sunday 9th April. It’s an opportunity to learn more about red squirrels in Clocaenog forest and to talk to some of the CRST volunteers. So, when you’ve had your walk along the river or lunch at the cafe, pop in to…Details
The Glan Llyn Inn, Clawdnewydd holds a coffee morning on the first Thursday of the month with proceeds going to that month’s designated charity. On 2nd September 2021 09:30 AM the coffee morning proceeds will be going to Clocaenog Red Squirrels Trust. If you are free that morning please come along and support us.
We are having a Cream Teas Fundraiser for Clocaenog Red Squirrels Trust on 4th July 2021 from 2.30 until 5. Pre book/pay only Outside seating and a maximum of 30 people to comply with Welsh Government COVID restrictions. A cream tea (2 scones, jam and clotted cream) for £6. Or choose a cream tea as…Details
Thanks to a very generous grant from Brenig Wind Ltd Community Benefit Fund, we have been able to involve schools local to Clocaenog Forest in our work. So far our volunteers have met with Ysgol Pant Pastynog, in Prion, and Ysgol Carreg Emlyn, Clocaenog. The pupils had been busy finding out about Red Squirrels and…Details
Lots of sightings of red squirrels on the latest camera checks. In one week on 7 cameras there were 93 images of red squirrels and 7 of grey squirrels.
Natural Resources Wales has reopened its forests and our volunteers are happy to be back checking cameras again. The red squirrels have been managing well without us as we’ve seen a few young squirrels around. Sadly there are quite a few greys about too so we can’t be complacent.
Volunteer activity has been suspended for the time being. We’re all missing being out and about in the forest checking on the red squirrels. We’re hoping they are busy producing the next generation to boost the population