It is with deep regret that I have to announce the death of the Trust’s Publicity Officer, Mr Medwyn Roberts. Medwyn was one of the trusts unsung “back room boys” He worked hard to try to publicise the work the trust carried out and never tired of chasing Trust related information from which he produced many of the items included on this website and which he presented to the local press for publication.
To say that Medwyn will be missed is somewhat of an understatement. Our deepest condolences to his wife Anne.
Thank you for visiting the Trust’s website
Here, you will find details about who we are, what the Trust’s aims and objectives are, some of our successes to date, current projects and some of the people who manage and participate in the Trust’s activities. WE HAVE ADDED A VOLUNTEER PAGE AND A PROJECT PROPOSAL PAGE, so if you would like to help you will be welcome.
We hope you will enjoy your visit to our website and would encourage you to contact us if you’d like to know more about the work we do and especially if you’d like to get involved with any of our projects or suggest new ones for our consideration.
Chairman and Trustee
Part Time Volunteering Opportunities
The Conwy, Clwyd and Gwynedd Rivers Trust is looking to recruit two people to undertake the following key roles:
Trust Development and Funding Officer – this role would involve working with Trustees, Officers and the Operational Group to identify future project and funding opportunities to enable the Trust to meet its main objective of improving river catchments and their wildlife. The work would include networking with other 3rd Sector organisations, statutory bodies and businesses, preparing funding bids and identifying opportunities for partnership working.
Trust Education and training Officer – this role involves developing and delivering the Trusts education programme with schools and community groups and developing and training a volunteer workforce to monitor and improve river catchments.
Both roles would suit either a recent graduate as a means of building their experience of environmental work or a retired professional with an interest in rivers and their wildlife. The Trust has strong links with angling organisations, fishery owners and landowners and a good track record in delivering environmental improvements on rivers.
If you are interested, please contact the Trust on:
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