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About Us

About Us

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the leading wildlife conservation charity working to protect and enhance the wildlife and habitats of Nottinghamshire.

What we do

We care for nature reserves across the county, including a mixture of valuable wildlife habitats ranging from beautiful wildflower meadows to splendid ancient woodlands.  We engage the local community through events, education and volunteering opportunities and seek to ensure our county is a healthy and wildlife rich place to live.

We are a leading voice in standing up for wildlife and the environment. Particular attention is given to positively influencing the planning process at the district, county and regional levels. We also work nationally in partnership with sister Wildlife Trusts.

Not only do we manage our own land, we also advise other landowners how to manage their land to benefit wildlife. We are always looking for new ways to secure the future of the county’s natural world and we are currently developing a range of projects that link habitats and landowners over large areas of land and seek to influence the management of whole landscapes, placing wildlife conservation at the heart of decision making.

Click here to read more about our vision for the county, in our special booklet ‘Creating a Living Landscape for Nottinghamshire’.


Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is run by a Council of Trustees according to its Memorandum and Articles of Association and Regulations. Decision making is undertaken by Trustees at Council meetings and at the Annual General Meeting for members.

We are also a partner in the largest voluntary organisation in the UK concerned with all aspects of wildlife conservation, The Wildlife Trusts. This partnership of 47 individual Trusts manages more than 2,300 nature reserves and has more than 800,000 members.

Annual Review and Accounts

Our Annual Review provides a summary of who we are, what we do, and what we achieved against our aims in a particular year, including a brief financial statement.

Charity Commission

If you are interested in finding out more about us through unaffiliated charity guides, visit the sites listed below.
Charity Commission

Data Protection and Privacy Policy

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is a registered data controller with the Information Commissioner for the United Kingdom. We are committed to protecting your privacy and security. Whenever you provide personal information, we will treat it in accordance with our ‘Privacy Policy’., current UK Data Protection legislation, and Internet best practice.

Click here to view our Privacy Policy and for further details about Data Protection.

Terms and conditions

Before purchasing any items through our website,  please click here to read our terms and conditions.


Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust wants to exceed your expectation in everything we do. However, we know that there may be times when we do not meet our own high standards. When this happens, we want to hear about it, in order to deal with the situation as quickly as possible and put measures in place to stop it happening again.

We take complaints very seriously and we treat them as an opportunity to develop our approach. This is why we are always very grateful to hear from people who are willing to take the time to help us improve.

Our policy is:

    To provide a fair complaints procedure that is clear and easy to use for anyone wishing to make a complaint. To publicise the existence of our complaints procedure so that people know how to contact us to make a complaint. To make sure everyone in our organisation knows what to do if a complaint is received. To make sure all complaints are investigated fairly and in a timely way. To make sure that complaints are, wherever possible, resolved and that relationships are repaired. To learn from complaints and feedback to help us to improve what we do.

All complaint information will be handled sensitively, in line with relevant data protection requirements.

Overall responsibility for this policy and its implementation lies with the Strategic Management Team.

How to make a complaint
Complaints should where possible be in writing and sent to:

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
The Old Ragged School
Brook Street

Complaints about fundraising

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is registered with the Fundraising Regulator and is committed to the highest standards in fundraising practice including its Fundraising Promise.

In accordance with the Fundraising Regulator’s Complaints Policy , a complaint must be made to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust within 12 weeks of the fundraising incident or communication of which the complaint is made.

If after four weeks (20 working days) following the complaint, the matter has not been addressed or you do not feel that your concerns have been resolved satisfactorily by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, you can refer your complaint to the Fundraising Regulator (England & Wales only). Concerns should be raised with the Fundraising Regulator within eight weeks following the complaint.

Fundraising Regulator
1st Floor
10 St Bride Street
0300 999 3404
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Further assistance with regards to your complaint about fundraising can be sought from the following organisations:

England & Wales (43 Wildlife Trusts within England & Wales)
Charity Commission
PO Box 1227 Liverpool
L69 3UG
0845 3000218

Scotland (Scottish Wildlife Trust)
The Scottish Charity Regulator
2nd Floor
Quadrant House
9 Riverside Drive
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Northern Ireland (Ulster Wildlife Trust)
Charity Commission for Northern Ireland
257 Lough Road
BT66 6NQ
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Isle of Man (Manx Wildlife Trust)
Attorney General’s Chambers
Head Office
Isle of Man Government
3rd Floor, St Mary’s Court
Hill Street
Douglas, IM1 1EU
01624 685452
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Guernsey (Alderney Wildlife Trust)
Guernsey Registry
Market Building
PO Box 451
Fountain Street
St Peter Port
01481 743800
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For further assistance with complaints regarding information rights practices (data protection), advice can be sought from the Information Commissioner’s Office, whose remit covers the UK.

Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
0303 123 1113
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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is a company limited by guarantee. Registered in England no. 748865. VAT no. 796537666. Registered Charity Number 224168


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