Help for Hedgehogs

Help for Hedgehogs Campaign and the Solihull Hedgehog Improvement Area

Hedgehogs have undergone a dramatic decline across Britain. In 2013 Warwickshire Wildlife Trust launched the Help for Hedgehogs campaign in response to the worrying trend being seen across both Warwickshire and the country as a whole.

Since the launch of the campaign (see video clips on youtube), we have been raising funds and awareness for the cause. In 2015 we launched the next phase of the project; the UK’s first area designated for hedgehog conservation, the Solihull Hedgehog Improvement Area (Solihull HIA) with funding and support from the British Hedgehog Preservation Society.

We have been overwhelmed by the support shown by national and local media, businesses and individuals wishing to support the Solihull and Rugby Hedgehog Improvement Areas. If you would like to do your bit, you can donate online here or you can donate by text e.g. WKWT05 £10 to 70070.

You can also support our Help for Hedgehogs Campaign helping to educate people across Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull with a particular emphasis on working with schools and community groups. You can donate online here or by text e.g. WKWT04 £5 to 70070.

Find out more about our work in Solihull and Rugby and the Help for Hedgehogs Campaign on our website: