Meet our Supporters

We would like to thank all of the below companies that support Warwickshire Wildlife Trust.

Our Business Members

Beechwood Trees & Landscapes Ltd

Birmingham Airport

Britannic Fire & Security Services

Compton Verney

Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce

Coventry Golf Club

Ellisons Solicitors

Exmedia

Forterra Building Products Limited

Henley College>

Jaguar Land Rover

Kenilworth Books

Listers Volkswagen Coventry

McColm Cardew: Chartered Certified Accountants

Prime Chartered Accountants

Rugby Borough Council

Saint-Gobain PAM UK

Solihull Chamber of Commerce

Solihull Metropolitan Council

Tarmac

Tompkins Construction Limited

Touchwood Shopping Centre

Woodside Conference Centre Limited

UK Bee Limited

 

Our Business Supporters

Britvic committed to a 3 year plan to support projects through staff involvement and donated £3000 and lots of products to give out at events (2016-17)

Siemens committed through RSWT to a number of project work days and the team from Coventry recently spent the day improving our Education Garden ready for the 2017 season. (2017)

Jordans Farm Partnership

Avison Young in Coventry supported work on our outdoor education area as part of their ‘Day of Giving’. (Sept 2016)

Balfour Beatty are supporting us by repairing and re-laying the broken and uneven paving at the Parkridge Centre (autumn 2016). They are also monitoring road kill (particularly hedgehogs in Solihull) which helps us with species monitoring and protection in hotspots. (ongoing)

The midcounties Co-Op team joined forces with us to tackle invasive species at one of our nature reserves, Ufton Fields. (2016)

Keller's Coventry office supported the redevelopment of the Education Garden as well as the Newlands Reedbed Project, both at Brandon Marsh Nature Centre. (2015)

Badgers Tearoom supports us with fundraising through events

Tunnel Brewery has supported Warwickshire Wildlife Trust and the Help for Hedgehogs Campaign through developing a wonderful range of beers that are available to purchase through the visitors centres. (2015/16)

Church End Brewery provide branded beers for us to sell 

Twisted Barrel Ales offer branded beers for us to sell to raise funds 

Barclays, HSBC, Lafarge, Valpak plc, Willmott Dixon, Rhead Group, CEMEX, Spencer Burnham all supported the redevelopment of the Sensory Garden at Brandon Marsh Nature Centre. (2014)

BMW Plant Hams Hall has worked with the Trust for many years, supporting community events and more recently work at nearby Whitacre Heath Nature Reserve.

Lucy Hartley Gardens has supported the redevelopment of the Sensory Garden, Education Garden and Orchard at Brandon Marsh Nature Centre.

Aldi worked on the education and orchard garden at Brandon Marsh. (2014)

IBM volunteered and supported project work at Oakley Wood. (2014)

Keepmoat Homes have provided support for the Sowe Valley Project.

Asda have provided support for the Sowe Valley Project.

Environment Agency volunteered with the Himalyan Balsam control in rivers. (2014)

National Grid supported pond restoration work at Aldermans Green in Coventry (2014).

Severn Trent Water volunteered with the Himalyan Balsam control in rivers.

Unipart are helping raise funds by making a hedgehog from spare parts 

Focus Optics provide telescopes for our Peregrine Watch

 

Thanks to those who made our 2016 Beer Festival such a success!

Sponsors:

Moor Farm Stables, Cartwright Hands, Nazar Wholesale3D Ifs and Twisted Barrel Ales

Prizes donated by:

Coventry Football Club, Listers VW, Church End Brewery and Irwins. 

The following businesses have provided prizes for competitions and raffles:

Brandon Hall Hotel & Spa, Badgers Tea Room, Ettington Park Hotel, Hatton Adventure World, The Snitterfield Arms, Hilltop Farm Shop, Compton Verney, Coventry Golf Club, Touchwood Shopping Centre, Oaks Farm Shop, Steve Crowe & Son Kenilworth, Camp Farm Pet Shop, Kenilworth Books, Go Outdoors Coventry and Ellisons.

In addition, we have over 100 local businesses and retailers that currently have one of our pin badge boxes or collection tins on display.