• Invasive plant, Himalayan balsam meets its match!

    Tuesday 3rd October, 2017

    Himalayan balsam displaying signs of rust fungus infection July 4 weeks after ap

    The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership is working with CABI scientists and partners to introduce a new control method for Himalayan balsam, a non-native plant species that is negatively impacting the river corridor and its associated wetland habitats, thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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  • New report links volunteering in nature with better mental health

    Monday 2nd October, 2017

    Report cover showing Wildlife Trust volunteers

    This week the Wildlife Trusts publish a new report which examines the effects of volunteering in nature on people’s mental health. Study shows positive impact on two-thirds of participants.

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  • Gardening therapy for mental health at Bluebell Community Garden

    Monday 11th September, 2017

    David and Terry at Bluebell community garden

    A man who battled severe depression for 13 years and attempted to commit suicide on a number of occasions says he has ‘never felt better’ after attending a gardening therapy project funded by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner.

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  • Remember a Charity week 2017

    Tuesday 5th September, 2017

    Change the world once more...by leaving a gift to charity in their will... Have your say about the future you want to pass on #HaveYourSay

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  • The Repeal Bill - everything you need to know

    Friday 25th August, 2017

    Vital laws that protect our wildlife and the health of our rivers and seas are at risk by our departure from the EU. On the 7th and 12th of September MPs will debate the 'Repeal Bill' (the EU (Withdrawal) Bill), which is designed to end our membership of the EU.

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  • Wildlife partnership flying high.

    Wednesday 16th August, 2017

    Nicholas Watts and grandson

    The Wildlife Trusts celebrates 10 year partnership with Vine House Farm Vine House Farm, the home of pioneering wildlife-friendly farmer Nicolas Watts and his family, grows 400 acres of bird seed, including 100 acres of sunflowers, and is a haven for a host of wildlife.

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  • New dormouse beer launching at Beer Festival

    Thursday 10th August, 2017

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  • Warwickshire Wildlife Trust seeks new trustees

    Tuesday 11th July, 2017

    Trustees wanted! We're seeking volunteers who have the skills and interest to become trustees and join our Council.

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  • Celebrating ‘Love Parks Week’ with two Green Flag awards!

    Tuesday 11th July, 2017

    Celebrating ‘Love Parks Week’ with two Green Flag awards!

    Oakley Wood awarded a prestigious Green Flag for the very first time.

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  • Natural help for Communities at flood risk in North Warwickshire

    Tuesday 11th July, 2017

    Photo Credit - copyright 2017 Scott Petrek (WildNET)

    North Warwickshire Natural Flood Management project receives green light from Defra

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