• Cyclists causing Criminal Damage at Kenilworth Common

    Thursday 25th June, 2015

    The damage at Kenilworth Common

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  • BioBlitz at Brandon Marsh records 291 species

    Monday 22nd June, 2015

    BioBlitz 2015

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  • Princethorpe Woodlands hits jackpot

    Wednesday 10th June, 2015

    Volunteers surveying

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  • Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's Parkridge Centre is venue for Belgrade Unplugged 2015

    Wednesday 3rd June, 2015

    Belgrade Theatre Unplugged Returns for 2015, and performs at the Parkridge Centre, Solihull

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  • £2.5 million Tame Valley Wetlands Scheme in full flow…

    Tuesday 19th May, 2015

    Thanks to £1.8 million from the National Lottery’s Heritage Lottery Fund, an exciting and ambitious new landscape partnership scheme is underway, focussed on improving the Tame Valley Wetlands for people and wildlife.

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  • 100 organisations across the UK have join forces to protect Europe’s natural environment.

    Thursday 14th May, 2015

    100 voluntary organisations across the UK have joined forces to call for the protection of Europe’s natural environment.

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  • Wild Spring Events for Children - Easter 2015

    Tuesday 24th March, 2015

    Wild Spring Events for Children - Easter 2015

    During the School Easter Holidays, Brandon Marsh Nature Centre, Brandon Lane, Coventry, CV3 3GW and The Parkridge Centre, Brueton Park, Solihull, B91 3HW, will be offering a fantastic range of entertaining holiday education activities for 4 - 9 year olds with special drop-in activities, as well as special Tots events for the younger ones.

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  • UK’s first hedgehog conservation area to be established in Solihull

    Tuesday 17th March, 2015

    UK’s first hedgehog conservation area to be established in Solihull

    A landmark project launched today by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has selected Solihull as the location for the UK’s first dedicated hedgehog conservation area, called the Hedgehog Improvement Area (HIA). Thanks to funding from the British Hedgehog Preservation Society (BHPS) the initiative has been developed in response to an alarming national decline in hedgehog numbers. The HIA aims to bolster the region’s hedgehog population, inspiring local people and organisations to take action to help one of the country’s most enigmatic and well-loved species.

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  • All our lives are better when they're a bit Wild!

    Monday 2nd March, 2015

    Sir David Attenborough highlights why the natural world is so important to us all.

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  • Warwickshire Wildlife Trust speaks to HS2 Select Committee - Live Now!!

    Tuesday 3rd February, 2015


    Watch Warwickshire Wildlife Trusts CEO Ed Green live at the High Speed Rail (HS2) Bill Select Committee today.

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