Read about the latest conservation issues, campaigns, events and happenings at the Trust.

  • Going wild for summer

    Tuesday 6th August, 2019

    Children in woodland (c) Matthew Roberts

    Families have got the chance to go wild in Worcester and Droitwich during the summer holidays.

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  • School pupils travel through time

    Wednesday 24th July, 2019

    Pendock Primary School pupils perform play (c) Stephanie Grainger

    Pupils from Pendock Primary School in south Worcestershire travelled through time as part of a project with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Competition winners announced

    Monday 22nd July, 2019

    Great crested grebe (c) Pete Cheshire

    From otters to orchids and birds to butterflies, twelve photographers from across Worcestershire are celebrating after being chosen as winners for a popular county wildlife calendar.

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  • Volunteers increase their flower power

    Thursday 4th July, 2019

    Wildflowers in Worcestershire (c) Paul Lane

    Volunteers from Worcestershire Wildlife Trust have been increasing their flower power thanks to a grant from The Wild Flower Society.

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  • The Time is Now mass lobby

    Wednesday 19th June, 2019

    Some of the staff attending The Time is Now mass lobby

    Staff and volunteers from Worcestershire Wildlife Trust are preparing to travel to Parliament to call on MPs for ambitious new laws that will halt nature’s decline and secure the recovery of wildlife and natural places across the UK.

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  • Hunt for Hardwick's Wildlife

    Wednesday 29th May, 2019

    Hardwick Green Meadows (c) Paul Lane

    Help is needed in a race against time to discover hidden wildlife at a Worcestershire nature reserve.

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  • Going wild for half-term

    Monday 20th May, 2019

    Children looking (c) Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION

    Charm a worm, spot a bird, hunt a bug and chase a butterfly.

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  • Brushing up on bees and butterflies

    Wednesday 15th May, 2019

    Discovering bees (c) Wendy Carter

    Lovers of the smaller things in life are being invited to join a series of wildlife discovery courses to discover more about the fascinating world of insects.

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  • Orchids return

    Thursday 9th May, 2019

    Hollybed Farm Meadows (c) Hannah Thomas

    Orchids are starting to get their feet in the ground as part of a long-term meadow restoration project near Castlemorton.

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  • Boost for a bat roost

    Wednesday 1st May, 2019

    Papermill Cottage (c) Steve Bloomfield

    Work to help bats as part of the restoration of a historic cottage is underway.

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