• UK General Election 2017: why it matters for wildlife

    Thursday 18th May, 2017

    Copyright Paul Harris 2020vision

    The snap UK General Election on June 8th is happening at a crucial time for wildlife.

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  • BBC Countryfile films the Tame Valley Wetlands

    Thursday 27th April, 2017

    Countryfile film Coventry Canal with Tim Precious Copyright Ebony Chapman

    The BBC’s most popular rural show visits North Warwickshire in search of Britain’s fastest declining mammal, the water vole, discovering the hidden landscape of the Tame Valley Wetlands on their way.

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  • Bee Creative in the Garden!

    Thursday 20th April, 2017

    Buff-tailed bumblebee courtesy of Jon Hawkins, Surrey Hills Photography

    Royal Horticultural Society and The Wildlife Trusts launch campaign to help wild bees

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  • Career Qualifications in Wildlife and Conservation

    Thursday 20th April, 2017

    Tame Valley

    Local people are being offered a FREE, nationally recognised qualification in Environmental & Heritage Conservation. Courtesy of the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (LPS), people of all ages, looking for a new career path or wanting to gain new skills and experience, can now take part in practical conservation training, for no cost at all!

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  • Easter survey reveals the need for faster action on peat-free gardening

    Thursday 13th April, 2017

    As the nation’s gardeners prepare for spring, a new survey reveals a lack of real choice for consumers looking for peat-free composts at garden centres and other outlets. It highlights the need for more determined action to phase out peat use from the gardening industry and to protect wild peatlands.

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  • Will West Midlands Mayor make the Pledge4Nature?

    Friday 7th April, 2017

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country has joined with local partners including Warwickshire Wildlife Trust to call on West Midlands Mayoral candidates to pledge their support for a 25 year strategy for nature.

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  • Celebrating the launch of Wild Work Days

    Monday 27th March, 2017

    Siemens Wild Work Day at Brandon Marsh

    To mark the launch of our Wild Work Days this month, Siemens in Coventry undertook a project to make some much needed improvements to our Education Garden, at Brandon Marsh Nature Centre, ahead of the summer season.

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  • Outdoor Learning Project Launched Thanks to Players of People's Postcode Lottery

    Wednesday 15th February, 2017

    St Andrew's CE Infant School Nature Club

    Hundreds of children in Coventry, Nuneaton and Bedworth will benefit from outdoor learning with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust thanks to a £66,000 grant from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

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  • 6830 trees being planted at Bubbenhall Meadows to join up 3 woodlands

    Thursday 5th January, 2017

    Copyright Karl Curtis

    Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is planting 6830 trees at our newest nature reserve Bubbenhall Meadows and we're inviting the public to come and help!

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  • Tree-mendous Success for Princethorpe Woodlands Living Landscape

    Monday 5th December, 2016

    Princethorpe partners celebrate

    Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded over £1 million to the Princethorpe Woodlands Living Landscape scheme, which is working to restore important wildlife habitats in the areas lying between east Coventry, Rugby and north Leamington and reconnect people with these special places.

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