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09/11/2014

Visiting a project that will benefit local people and wildlife for years to come while also remembering those involved in the First World War in a symbolic way.

30 minutes

Sycamore Horse Poisoning, A Centenary Wood and the Blue Soldier Beetle.

Sycamore Horse Poisoning, A Centenary Wood and the Blue Soldier Beetle.

Horse owners are being warned sycamore seeds could be poisonous to their animals following a spate of deaths. We speak to a woman in Pembrokeshire who recently lost her highland pony and a vet explains the dangers.

A First World War Centenary Wood in Wales - on Remembrance Sunday we visit the field identified by Coed Cadw for a project that will benefit local people and wildlife for years to come, while remembering those involved in the First World War in a symbolic way.

Pearls in Peril - our reporter Huw Jenkins revisits Afon Eden, near Trawsfynydd to hear how a project to restore habitats for freshwater pearl mussels is progressing.

A Dementia-friendly town - Brecon recently became the first town in Wales to be recognised by the Alzheimer's Society for steps it's taken to improve the quality of life for people living with dementia by educating individuals and organisations about the disease.

And a voyage of conservation discovery - Dr Elisabeth Harris takes us along the banks of River Duhonw where she discovered a new population of the rarely seen in Wales, Blue Soldier Beetle.

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