Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading conservation charity run by local people for the benefit of local wildlife, with nature reserves across the county - part of a UK network of 46 local Wildlife Trusts working to protect wildlife.
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Sad loss of the Trust stalwart
We are sad to report the death of our Executive Vice President Ainslie Carruthers.
Severn Trent sets standards for Nature Recovery Network
Trailblazing work funded by Midlands water company, Severn Trent has been welcomed by Natural England, for providing a major…
Wildlife Trust’s efforts to limit the spread of bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) in Vale of Belvoir seriously undermined by muddled policy
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, has today outlined its frustration that muddled government policy is seriously undermining its efforts…
How Jayne Bostock's fundraising plant sale made £313 for the Trust
How Jayne Bostock raised funds for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust with her plants despite the South Notts Local Group Spring Fair being…
Local photographer captures amazing photos of wildlife at Idle Valley Nature Reserve during lockdown
Local photographer and wildlife watcher Mike Vickers has captured a series of stunning images of birds and other wildlife at the site…
Wildlife Trust launches lockdown inspired Open Call to artists
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has issued an Open Call to all artists, amateur and professional, local or international to create…
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