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Charging Electric Vehicles and Volunteer Shepherds

Why some drivers in rural Wales are suffering from 'range anxiety', and a nurse-turned-shepherdess is profiled.

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28 minutes

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Sun 8 Oct 2017 07:03

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Electric Vehicle Charging Points - We hear how the number of charging points for electric vehicles will more than double in Monmouthshire and rural parts of Newport over the next few months but are there enough charge points across rural Wales?

The Vale Rheidol Railway Apprentices - the popular attraction taking visitors to Devil's Bridge and back to Aberystwyth has recently received £250K from the Coastal Communities Fund to recruit and train two apprentices to restore four historic carriages

Practical Farm Ideas magazine - 25 years ago Mike Donovan had an idea of sharing some of the ingenious ideas he had developed on his farm in Carmarthenshire. Now the magazine is distributed around Wales and the world beyond involving the contribution of many hundreds of inventive farmers adapting, sharing helping each other

Volunteer shepherds - we meet a nurse turned shepherdess! The Gwent Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers to help look after the charity's specialist breed livestock which graze their nature reserves at Pentwyn Farm and Wyeswood Common, near Monmouth. If you would like to offer your time as a volunteer shepherd or would like to find out about other volunteering opportunities with Gwent Wildlife Trust they'd love to hear from you info@gwentwildlife.org