How to join GAG: There is no subscription.
Just email us, giving your name and details of any particular interest
or expertise, and the secretary will email you back. Membership details
are only used for contacting members and will no be passed on to any
of the leaflet
are available from the Tourist Information Centre and
the Town Library.
The leaflet can also be printed from
but will be smaller, unless your printer can use A3 paper.
Don't worry if Adobe reader shows part of the text upside down on
your screen: just
print it out.
Aberystwyth Municipal Cemetery -
Nature-friendly Management Plan (2010)
produced by GAG. One important component of it is
that parts of the cemetery are left unmown until late summer,
allowing wildlife to flourish. As a result, the cemetery is now an
outstanding wildlife haven within Ceredigion.
Wildlife Gardening Forum (The Wildlife Gardening
Forum works to help more people appreciate how important gardens are
for wildlife. Hopefully, this will help people manage their gardens
better for wildlife, alongside their other gardening aims).
Buglife - Help Buglife save the planet! Lots of information on
Rewilding Our Cities, by the Zoological Society of London.
Caring for God's
Acre For many people burial grounds are the only
locally accessible green space. However, their heritage value and
even their continuing presence cannot be taken for granted. They are
under threat from development, closure, under-management and
Sponsored trees. In support of the Council's Coed Aber programme,there is opportunity for individuals to sponsor a tree ina chosen suitable site around the town - as hasalready been done by several people. For details,please contact Jon Hadlow at
or otherwise GAG