Connecting people to nature, improving lives, opportunities & aspirations


Get in Touch

Feel free to contact Wild Elements with any bookings, questions, projects, collaborative partnerships or feedback about any of our services via:

Rivendell Building, Bangor University Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RQ

07799 566533


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Our Partners

We are always keen to further develop partnership working and collaboration. If you are interested in working with Wild Elements to deliver a project, develop your community space, host fundays or events, or anything else (or supporting Wild Elements with core costs!), please contact us or see our list of activities .

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  • Alzheimer’s Society
  • Anglesey County Council
  • Anglesey Local Nature Partnership
  • Anglesey Red Squirrel Trust
  • Anglesey Foster Carer Association
  • B&CE Charitable Trust
  • Bangor University
  • Bangor University Brambell Museum
  • Bangor University Library and Archives
  • Bangor University’s Widening Access
  • Besti Cadwaladr University Health Board
  • B-Enterprises
  • Busy Bees
  • Canfod
  • Carers Trust
  • Caru Amlwch
  • Change, Grow, Live
  • Community Foundation Wales
  • Conwy Libraries
  • Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd
  • Epilepsy Action
  • Environment Wales
  • European Agricultural Fund For Rural Development
  • Early Years Wales
  • Fast Track to Skills
  • Federation of Community Gardens and City Farms (now Social Farms and Gardens)
  • Ffrindiau Bodedern
  • Flintshire County Council
  • Fly-tipping Wales
  • Forest School Wales
  • Friends of Treborth Botanic Garden
  • Gladstone’s Library
  • Greggs
  • Gwynedd County Council
  • Gwynedd Libraries
  • Gwynedd Outdoor Learning Network Group
  • Gwynedd Youth Service
  • Gwirvol
  • Incredible Edible
  • John Andrews Trust
  • Keep Wales Tidy
  • Llais y Goedwig
  • Llyn Parc Mawr Woodland
  • Local Invest
  • Mantell Gwynedd
  • Menter Iaith
  • Marks and Spencer Fund
  • Moondance
  • National Autistic Society, Cymru
  • National Botanic Garden of Wales
  • National Lottery
  • National Trust
  • Natural Resources Wales
  • NatWest
  • North and Mid Wales Reaching Wider Partnership
  • North Wales Housing Association
  • OPUS
  • Outdoor Learning Wales Network Groups
  • Outdoor Learning Training Network
  • Open University
  • OPAL
  • Partneriaeth Maesgeirchen Partnership
  • Penrhyn Castle
  • Plas Newydd
  • Plas Pawb
  • School of Social Entrepreneurs Social Business Wales
  • Social Farms and Gardens (formerly Federation of Community Gardens and City Farms)
  • Storiel
  • TEC Wales
  • Teuli Ni
  • The Co-operative
  • The Whirlwind Charitable Trust
  • TRAC
  • Treborth Botanic Garden
  • Tree Charter
  • Udevelopit
  • Wildlife Trust, (North Wales)
  • Wrexham Council
  • Woodmouse Forest Schools
  • Woodland Trust
  • Woodward Charitable Trust
  • Welsh Government

Anglesey Allotments

Anglesey Allotments

Work throughout various communities including Llangefni, Beaumaris and Holyhead, transforming empty, lifeless spaces into lively community spaces through creative and natural developments. From clearing the area, the empty space has allowed the addition of…

  • Wheelchair accessibility via gates etc
  • Transforming upcycled boats into flower beds
  • Implementing garden décor, all providing for a great community space


Reaching Wider Educational Projects

Reaching Wider Educational Projects

Funded by Reaching Wider Wild Elements now provide an array of fun, educational Outdoor Learning Programmes which utilise the beauty of nature with the intention of incentivising engaging games and challenges to develop core skills. Example activities in the past have included:

Bridges. Buildings and Botanical Blueprints - Diving into the world of Science and Engineering via engaging crafting lessons

A Day in the Life of an Ecologist - A day full of hands-on outdoor experiments to examine pollution, food chains, pesticides and invasive species topped off the Wild way, with fun games and activities. And…

A Day in the life of a Marine-Ecologist With a marine twist! - Beach days covering marine ecology, species, tides, and how humans, pollutions and plastics impact our natural environment.