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News from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Nottingham Trent University Continues Mutually Beneficial Partnership

Thursday 1st December 2016

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to continue the productive and mutually beneficial partnership with Nottingham Trent University’s Environment Team as they continue their Wildlife Guardian status.

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2017 Wildlife Lecture Series

Thursday 24th November 2016

Are you still looking for that perfect Christmas present for a family member or friend? Do you want to make your new year’s resolution to learn more about nature? Then obtaining a ticket for one of our superb guest lectures may just be the thing for you!

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British Gypsum, Formula and Artex join forces to protect local wildlife

Tuesday 22nd November 2016

Local people from Saint-Gobain group companies, Artex, Formula and British Gypsum have joined forces to support Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust in celebration of the 30th anniversary of their donation of 40 acres of ancient woodland with public access, Bunny Old Wood (West).

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Deep disappointment following decision to allow drilling close to nature reserve

Tuesday 15th November 2016

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has spoken of its deep disappointment that Nottinghamshire County Council’s Planning Committee has voted in support of an application for exploratory drilling at Misson Springs – just 125m from the Charity’s Misson Carr Nature Reserve in north Nottinghamshire…..

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Wildlife Trust delighted that Christmas ad celebrates wonder of UK wildlife

Monday 14th November 2016

It’s not just the foxes, badger and hedgehog which are jumping for joy in the new John Lewis Christmas television advert, staff at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are jumping for joy… and that’s without the use of a trampoline.

John Lewis has chosen The Wildlife Trusts (TWT) as its charity partner for this year’s advert which highlights the joy of wildlife in this country today. As part of the partnership, John Lewis, which has a store in INTU’s Victoria Centre, Nottingham, will donate 10% of the retail price of a selection of cuddly toys linked to the ad sold in their stores and online to TWT…

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