Sharing the Blueprint

Over the last 18 months the Summit to Sea project has been inviting a wide range of people to take part in co-designing a future where nature and people thrive in Mid Wales. The project has held workshops, talks, drop-in sessions and one to one meetings with hundreds...

Instagram Live – A project update with TAIR

On the 14th February TAIR, the projects artists in residents, hosted an Instagram Live with Sian Stacey, Project Development Officer, about how the project has been developing, and how the co-design process is going. You can watch the discussion, which is in Welsh and...
Sharing the Blueprint

Sharing the Blueprint

Over the last 18 months the Summit to Sea project has been inviting a wide range of people to take part in co-designing a future where nature and...

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Summer drop-in sessions

Summer drop-in sessions

Throughout Summer 2021 the project will be holding drop-in sessions across the project area to gather ideas, share how ideas are developing and...

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Join our co-design team

Join our co-design team

Whilst the dawn chorus of birds preparing for nesting season increases around us, we also want to increase the chorus of voices involved in our...

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Exploring what nature means to us

Exploring what nature means to us

A brief report from PhD student Rachel Dolan from Bangor University on research undertaken in 2019 on how people access and benefit from connecting with nature

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Call for Artist Residencies

Call for Artist Residencies

Announcing the launch of an artist residency programme which will take place within the area of this project over the next year.

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What you said at our drop-ins

What you said at our drop-ins

We have held nine drop-in sessions all over the project area in the last few months, and more than 150 people joined us to discuss the project....

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A new chapter for Summit to Sea

A new chapter for Summit to Sea

Summit to Sea, a joint initiative working to benefit the local economy and wildlife in mid Wales, announces that one of its eight partners, Rewilding Britain, is stepping aside from the project.

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Stories: Adam, Woodland Trust

Stories: Adam, Woodland Trust

What excites me about Summit to Sea is the way that it hopes to unite all these different habitats and places.The rivers and the rocks and the...

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