Mouse bridge built for Ryder Cup
A £22,000 bridge has been built to enable dormice to cross a new road which caters for spectators attending the Ryder Cup golf event at Celtic Manor Resort in Newport.
Russell Phillips, vice-president of Celtic Manor Resort, told BBC Wales Today's Claire Summers that the bridge was a requirement because dormice would otherwise be cut off by the road.
He said he was not aware of any dormice using the bridge yet.
The Ryder Cup between Europe and USA takes place from 1-3 October.