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Community rallies to help support access improvements at Trent Vale Nature Reserve

Thursday 25th August 2016

On Thursday August 18th, staff and volunteers from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust were joined at Besthorpe Nature Reserve by members of the local community and local community representatives as the charity unveiled a range of access improvements at this important and popular nature reserve…..

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Family friendly festival to mark successful transformation at Skylarks Nature Reserve

Tuesday 23rd August 2016

On Thursday, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will host its largest event yet at a nature reserve transformed after a public appeal to extend it in 2014.

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Weekend of Wildlife event planned as much loved nature reserve celebrates 50th Anniversary

Tuesday 16th August 2016

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will host a Weekend of Wildlife event this coming weekend as part of celebrations of the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the Nature Reserve by Sir David Attenborough in 1966…..

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Wildlife Trust family friendly open day to help people discover city woodland gem

Tuesday 16th August 2016

On Friday August 19th, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will be hosting a family friendly open day between 1pm and 4pm at Sellers Wood Nature Reserve off Wood Link, Bulwell to enable city residents to discover one of Nottingham’s little known wildlife gems…...

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Notts Wildlife Trust welcomes debate about farming subsidies sparked by National Trust statement

Friday 5th August 2016

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has today welcomed a statement by the National Trust calling for a major reform of farming subsidies as the UK develops a funding system to replace the Common Agricultural Policy.

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