Our plans for re-opening
Who are we?
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is the leading local independent conservation organisation. Our mission is to bring people closer to nature and create a land rich in wildlife.
Supported by our passionate members and dedicated volunteers we are working to bring about nature’s recovery across Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull through practical action, education and influencing behavioural change.
Connecting to nature during COVID-19
We recognise that our nature reserves are vital green spaces for local people to connect with nature and the majority remain open. As Brandon Marsh and the Parkridge Centre incorporate retail and catering establishments, they remain closed until further notice. The associated reserves also remain closed. Please read our latest update on accessing reserves.
Nature continues to bring many of us solace in these difficult times, so do try to take time out of your day to enjoy the wild places around you, whether that be in your garden, local park or nature reserve. Register for our annual nature challenge, 30 Days Wild, for inspiration and encouragement throughout the month of June!
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Photo Gallery from Nature News readers
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