Improving the River Blyth with WEG funding
We hosted a summer open day at the start of the month to launch the project and welcome nearly 80 people keen to get involved and learn more about our plans for the reserve.
Tame Valley Wetlands are working alongside the Environment Agency on a new ‘Love Your River Cole’ project called LYRiC.
Have you ever wondered how our predecessors interacted with their surroundings?
A team of volunteers are now working with us to produce sustainable charcoal to sell through our Visitor Centre at Brandon Marsh nature reserve.
Working with Rugby Borough Council for wildlife
In the largest-ever environmental lobby of parliament, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust supporters joined around 12,000 people from across the UK, with at least 225 MPs coming out to meet their…
We've been welcomed into the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame!
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has been awarded almost £75,000 to support communities to get involved with volunteering at two nature reserves in Leamington Spa - Oakley Wood and Leam Valley.
Students, universities and the public get behind Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s campaign for a Wilder Future
Students and the public were urged to contact their MP to lobby for stronger laws to protect our environment, at an event held in partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, Warwick University,…