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The Carmarthenshire Bogs Project, backed by the Carmarthenshire Local Biodiversity Action Plan Partnership, is also supported by the Carmarthenshire Environment Partnership, a network of organisations based in the county who are working together to promote and encourage environmental sustainability issues.
Other local groups which have benefited from Helping Hearts over the years include: Rugby Theatre, which receives between pounds 350-pounds 500 a year to run its annual youth project; Diabetes UK, Rugby, which received pounds 1,000 last year after a vote for the top six charities by Co-op members; the Camp Hill Holiday Scheme, which received pounds 200 towards sending 26 disadvantaged children on an activity holiday; Windmills Nursery School in Harbury, near Southam, received pounds 200 for a set of waterproof jackets and trousers for the children and Bishops Itchington Local Biodiversity Action Plan Group received pounds 250 to buy old-fashioned English varieties of apples and pears.
Clare is the first county in Ireland to have a web-based Biological Records Centre, which along with the Clare Hedgehog Survey, forms part of the Clare Local Biodiversity Action Plan.
The information gathered from both surveys has contributed to the Natur Gwynedd Local Biodiversity Action Plan, which has identified arable field margins as a habitat of particular wildlife importance.
Details were revealed at the annual conference of the Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull Local Biodiversity Action Plan.
The information we will gather will tell us more about the variety and distribution of arable weeds in Gwynedd and will contribute greatly to the Natur Gwynedd Local Biodiversity Action Plan.
The continuing attrition of wildlife and its habitats is becoming of the greatest concern to many people, and the Government's response has been to encourage the formation of Biodiversity Partnerships, and the production of Local Biodiversity Action Plans.
The celebrity wildlife presenter, pictured below, said Powys Council's planning consent for 16 houses to be built on a meadow that is rich in rare species makes a complete mockery of its own Local Biodiversity Action Plan.