Thanks to the help of pupils, aided by teachers and representatives from Keep Wales Tidy and Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, a new mixed species hedgeline has been planted.
What does KWT stand for?
KWT stands for Keep Wales Tidy (Cardiff, Wales, UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
ENVIRONMENTAL charity Keep Wales Tidy is urging people in South Wales to help raise money to improve their local surroundings.
MORE than 70 pupils from Ysgol Glan Gele joined forces with Conwy County Borough Council, North Wales Police, Keep Wales Tidy and McDonalds for a litter pick on Pensarn beach.
At Keep Wales Tidy we've done some research which shows that issues such as litter and dog fouling have a big impact on society.
KEEP Wales Tidy celebrated its 40th anniversary with a special event with First Minister Carwyn Jones at the Eisteddfod yesterday.
Keep Wales Tidy project officer Chris Partridge said: "It was pouring of rain in the morning before we set off.
Events have been organised across large sections of coast path and Keep Wales Tidy project officers will be on hand to assist and provide equipment and bin bags during the weekend.
It is backed by Keep Wales Tidy and the Environment Agency.