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Woodland Show Success

Monday 27th October 2014

The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s 2014 Treswell Woodland Show was a success on Saturday with around 400 people attending and taking part in a range of traditional woodland crafts. The day saw young shoulders bear the title of ‘Faggot Clenching Champion’ with 9 year old Emma Biggs taking home the coveted prize pot.

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Land of the snow tiger - a talk by Pollyanna Pickering

Friday 24th October 2014

Join members of our Newark & Sherwood Local Group to hear about the travels of internationally acclaimed wildlife artist Pollyanna Pickering as she faced temperatures of -60° to paint Amur Tigers in Siberia…..

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Second Phase of Heathland Regeneration at Foxcovert

Tuesday 21st October 2014

The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is about to begin the second stage of a Biffa Award funded restoration project at Foxcovert Nature Reserve. The Trust will be restoring an area of Heathland as part of a wider plan to reconnect, restore and recreate the historic Sherwood Forest.

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Nottinghamshire Public called on to #SaveOurWaters

Tuesday 21st October 2014

Countryside lovers - walkers, dog walkers, cyclists, anglers, boaters and holidaymakers are being given an opportunity to speak up for the English rivers, lakes, ponds, beaches and wetlands they love by responding to a consultation on the future of England’s waters, published by the Environment Agency.

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Ash Dieback Reaches Nottinghamshire

Tuesday 7th October 2014

Following the announcement that Nottinghamshire County Council plans to fell a large number of ash trees alongside main roads including the Colwick Loop Road, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, which manages over 1000 acres of woodlands in the county, has explained that whilst understanding the reasoning behind the plans, it has no plans to carrying out large scale felling on its nature reserves.

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