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Wildlife Benefits from Skylarks Restoration

Friday 19th December 2014

Last weekend an estimated 1000 lapwings were recorded at the recently expanded Skylarks Nature Reserve. 20 golden plover were also sighted; and bird numbers have been rising steadily since habitat creation work was completed on the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust site.

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Champions of Sherwood - could you be our 2015 Pub Quiz Champion?

Wednesday 17th December 2014

Champions of Sherwood - Pub Quiz fundraiser - Thursday 29 January 2015.

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Planning Applications Could Hit Record High for Wildlife Trust

Friday 5th December 2014

This year has seen a huge number of applications for new development, mineral extractions and waste processing sites and by the end of October 2014 the Wildlife Trust had submitted 550detailed planning responses: nine more than for the whole of 2013.

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Be a Champion of Sherwood for #givingtuesday December 2nd

Thursday 27th November 2014

More and more companies are bringing the Black Friday sales and the Cyber Monday online shopping spree to the UK. #GivingTuesday on December 2nd,coordinated by The Charities Aid Foundation, is a remedy to the pressures of Christmas spending and gives an opportunity to help the causes we all care about.

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Castle Rock Brewery becomes Wildlife Trust’s first city based Champion of Sherwood.

Thursday 27th November 2014

The Wildlife Trust is running a five-year campaign to raise awareness of the need to restore Sherwood Forest and raise funds for conservation work across the forest landscape. The charity has presented Castle Rock Brewery with a special Champions of Sherwood certificate in recognition of the company’s support for its work, and commitment to helping raise awareness of the need to restore Sherwood Forest.

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