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Nottingham Trent University Continues Mutually Beneficial Partnership

Thursday 1st December

Nottingham Trent University Continues Mutually Beneficial Partnership

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

NTU gains full membership of the Trust’s successful ‘Wildlife Guardians’ programme, which includes invitations to networking events and full listings in the Trust’s Members newsletter, Annual Review and website.

In addition, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will provide support in terms of expert ecological advice, communications support and the ringing of peregrine falcon chicks - all linked to the successful peregrine nest on the University’s Newton Building in the city centre, which the Trust has worked with the University to protect and promote for over a decade.

Nottingham Trent University is one of the most sustainable universities in the world and has been awarded Green Flags for their Brackenhurst and Clifton Campuses.  Recently NTU secured first place in the prestigious 2016 People and Planet University League, ranking it as the most sustainable university in the UK.

Erin McDaid, Head of Communications & Marketing said “The Trust looks forward to continuing our work with NTU’s Environment Team and hope to broaden our links with the University over the next couple of years.”

Grant Anderson, Environmental Manager at Nottingham Trent University, said: “With the expert assistance from the Trust, we have been able to successfully keep an eye on the peregrine nest and to engage the interest of thousands of followers both local and further afield via the web cams.”

For further information about how a business can benefit from supporting Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust then please contact Erin McDaid on 0115 958 8242 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) .

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