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Complete Design and Build Services from Ponds 4U and Thomas Building Services.

If you are considering building a pond or water feature then contact Ponds 4U, South Wales’ leading specialist pond build and maintenance company.

We provide a complete pond design and build service ensuring your project is tailored to your personal requirements.

Thomas building services Cardiff South Wales Builders In addition to our pond design and build services, we are able to provide other building and property services through our Thomas Building Services division. With over 20 years’ experience we provide a range of building and property services in Cardiff, Newport, Caerphilly, Bridgend and across South Wales. To view photos of just some of our previous fish pond projects and building work visit our gallery.

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Latest News from Ponds4U

Howardian Local Nature Reserve – Check out this wonderful park and ponds in Cardiff

Howardian Local Nature Reserve in the lower Rhymney valley Penylan, Cardiff is a wildlife oasis of woodland, wildflower meadow, ponds and reedbeds. In 1973 Cardiff City Council asked the Natural History Society of Howardian High School if it would like to manage 6 acres of scrub/grass/woodland, adjacent to the school, as a nature reserve, thus… Read More

Making a wildlife pond

For a guaranteed wildlife magnet, have water in some form in your garden. Everything needs water to survive, and the more you can supply, the greater the variety of wildlife that will pile in to your plot. While even a bird bath will ensure a stream of feathered visitors, creating a pond is by far… Read More

Pondnet – volunteer monitoring project

Freshwater plant and animal species are often at risk because we simply know to too little about them. PondNet is a volunteer monitoring project to survey both uncommon and common wetland species in ponds across England and Wales.  The project has been has been developed with support from many partners including Natural England, British Dragonfly Society, Botanical Society of the British Isles,  Amphibian and Reptile Conservation and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. PondNet is the first habitat-based volunteer survey network of its kind…. Read More