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A packed weekend of wildlife events

Thursday 14th May 2015

Join Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust over the Bank Holiday weekend for a packed programme of wildlife activities. We have everything from fundraising plant sales to a family focussed wildlife day and an art exhibition…..

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Recovery - Idle Valley Needs Your Votes!

Thursday 7th May 2015

The Recovery ecotherapy project based at Idle Valley Nature Reserve is an award-winning therapeutic conservation and horticultural service for people in Bassetlaw experiencing mental health problems, which was initially funded by Ecominds, a partnership between Mind and the Big Lottery Fund. The project now needs more funds to continue.

Recovery has been successful in being included in the Aviva Community Fund but it needs your help by voting. The more votes the project gets the better as the top few will then be put forward to a final panel of judges to award the £10,000.

All you need to do is go to and register your email to gain 10 votes to use.

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Wildlife Trust re-launches Sponsored Birdwatch after 12 year hiatus

Monday 20th April 2015

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, the county’s largest locally based conservation charity is throwing down the gauntlet to birdwatchers across the county with the relaunch of its Sponsored Birdwatch after a gap of 12 years. The re-launched event will be used to raise funds for its work in Sherwood Forest and the management of its nature reserves across the county….

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Sheep Rescued Following Vandalism at Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve

Thursday 16th April 2015

Staff and volunteers have had to rescue 12 sheep and lambs and round up other sheep and cattle at its Idle Valley Nature Reserve near Retford following an unprecedented level of vandalism to a large number of sections of livestock fencing at the reserve. The animals rescued had become tangled in sections of damaged barbed wire, whilst others had been able to escape from their grazing areas at the reserve – the largest site cared for by the charity. The Trust is now asking supporters to donate to help repair the damaged fences…

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Trust Urges Dog Owners to Act Responsibly After Sheep Deaths.

Thursday 2nd April 2015

The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is calling for dog owners to exercise responsibility and obey the law when walking with dogs on their nature reserves. The call comes after an attack on one of their conservation grazing sheep by an out of control dog on Friday at Annesley Woodhouse Quarry SSSI.

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