• Farmers to act for wildlife

    Friday 9th February, 2018

    Cows on farmland in Warwickshire

    New farming group established in Warwickshire to deliver nature conservation

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  • Nordic Walkers raise over £2000 for Warwickshire Wildlife Trust

    Monday 22nd January, 2018

    Nordic Walkers in the Lake District

    This amazing group raised a whopping £2,086! Hazel Jonas tells us more!...

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  • 25 Year Plan for the Environment announced by Theresa May

    Friday 12th January, 2018

    Copyright Sue Steward, New Leaf Images

    Theresa May, in her landmark speech on the environment, has launched the Government's 25 year plan for the environment.

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  • New guidelines for homes for people and wildlife

    Thursday 11th January, 2018

    Green housing

    Why and how to build nature-friendly housing developments. New guidelines published today show how new housing developments can be built in a way that provides people with greener, inspirational homes which help to reverse decades of wildlife and habitat decline.

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  • Tender for creation of scheme website

    Monday 8th January, 2018

    Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is looking to appoint a design agency to create a new scheme website to support the development and implementation of the Heritage Lottery Funded ‘Dunsmore Living Landscape scheme.’

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  • Event booking now open for 2018!

    Monday 18th December, 2017

    We've launched our Events Guide for 2018 offering something for everyone to get involved with next year!

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  • Saying thank you to National Lottery players

    Friday 1st December, 2017

    Princethorpe bid success

    This Christmas we're thanking National Lottery players by offering ticket-holders a free treat. With a number of key projects at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust receiving funding through Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery we're thanking players by offering them free entry to Brandon Marsh Nature Centre.

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  • 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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