Welcome to the Clyne Valley Community Project: Croeso i Brosiect Cymunedol Dyffryn Clun.
The Clyne Valley is at the heart of the communities of Mayals, Blackpill, Sketty, Killay, Upper Killay and Dunvant. CVCP is a grass roots organisation wholly managed by volunteers. Our aims and objectives are:
To improve and maintain Access in the Clyne Valley;
To protect and enhance the natural habitat of species and to encourage and promote biodiversity in the Clyne Valley, maintaining as small a footprint as possible;
To encourage research and interpretation of the history and archaeology of the Valley;
To promote the health and well-being of users of the Clyne Valley;
To develop and encourage the use and enjoyment of the Clyne Valley as a community resource for leisure pursuits, educational purposes and family activities.
New Year Quiz
with Ian McCloy
Tuesday January 14th 2014@ 7.00 p.m. in the Vivian Hall, Blackpill
Register your interest at email@example.com
Ein nôd yw:
Gwella mynediad i Gwm Clun; Gwarchod yr amgylchedd naturiol;
Hyrwyddo bioamrywiaeth; Hyrwyddo defnydd o’r Dyffryn fel adnodd cymunedol; Ymchwilio a dehongli hanes a archeoleg y Cwm.
Subscriptions were due in April 2013 (£8.00 per household)
To join, or renew membership of CVCP please complete the membership form on this site (don't forget the gift aid section) and send to Keith Crawford
Wildlife & Habitat
Tuesday December 3rd 2013
Our next volunteer day will be next Tuesday. We plan to tidy up around the Blackpill station area that we cleared at the beginning of the year.
Meet at the Blackpill entrance to the cyclepath adjacent to Blackpill car park at 10.00hrs. Free parking is available at the Woodman or along Mill Lane. We will finish by 13.00hrs as usual.
Please let Keith Fuller know if you are able to make it - 01792 201054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want the CVCP map and information sheet about the Valley, or a map of the Orienteering Course. Contact us.