About Plantlife Cymru

Plantlife has been working out of its national office in Wales for over ten years.

There are two Plantlife reserves in Wales; Caeu Tan y Bwlch, an extremely rare upland hay meadow, and Cae Blaen-Dyffryn, a lowland meadow just outside Lampeter which has the largest population of lesser butterfly orchid in the country. Wales is also home to 23 Important Plant Areas, ranging from ancient mine workings rich in rare metal-tolerant lichens, to the ranging landscape of Snowdonia with its threatened upland flora to Skomer Island, rich in marine seaweeds.

Who we are:

Colin Cheesman
Plantlife Cymru Programme Manager.

Helen Bradley
Plantlife Cymru Outreach Officer

Tracey Lovering
Plantlife Cymru Lower Plants and Fungi Officer Wales/Wales Plant Link Cymru (PLinC) Officer

Jan Winder
Wales Farmland Officer

Contact us:

Plantlife Cymru,
Forest Farm Conservation Centre
Forest Farm
Forest Farm Road
Whitchurch
Cardiff
CF14 7JH

Tel: 02920 376193
Email: cymru@plantlife.org.uk