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News from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Wildlife Roadshow rides in to Beeston Square on Saturday April 12th

Friday 11th April 2014

A free all day celebration in Beeston Square on Saturday 12th April to celebrate Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s 50th anniversary, as well as its long standing partnership with Broxtowe Borough Council.


As part of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s 50th Anniversary celebrations Broxtowe Borough Council will be hosting Broxtowe Wildlife Day between 10.00am and 4.00pm on Saturday 12th April. There will be a host of stalls and activities for all ages including an urban safari at 12noon.

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Fit to Frack? Wildlife and Countryside Groups call for action on fracking

Friday 14th March 2014

Fit to Frack? Yesterday a major report into the potential for environment damage due to ‘fracking’ was published by a partnerhsip of wildlife and countryside organisations including the The Wildlife Trusts.

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Call for local Crafts

Thursday 13th March 2014

On Sunday 6th April, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will be holding a special celebration event at its Idle Valley Nature Reserve near Retford. As part of the event we plan to host a high quality craft for and we are keen to hear from local stall holders who’d be interested to attend.
Craft Stall Booking form

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Enjoy a Sunday evening drink while fundraising for wildlife! Sunday 13th April

Wednesday 12th March 2014

A fun fundraising Sunday evening Pub Quiz . . .

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Skylarks Appeal strikes a chord with local choirs

Thursday 27th February 2014

Two Radcliffe on Trent choirs will be singing for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trusts’ Skylarks Appeal on Saturday 8th March, helping to raise funds for the Trust’s work at their Skylarks Nature Reserve at Holme Pierrepont, aiming to create the largest nature reserve in Rushcliffe.

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