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

  • £5000 for eels and fish in Redditch

    Thursday 29th November, 2018

    Mettis and Worcestershire Wildlife Trust staff at Lower Smite Farm

    Redditch-based company Mettis Aerospace have donated £5000 to improve water habitat and to reconnect the Batchley Brook and Red Ditch.

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  • Handmade gifts at craft fair

    Wednesday 7th November, 2018

    Craft fair at Lower Smite Farm (c) Ruth Bourne

    Shoppers wanting to buy something a little more individual for their loved ones this year can stock up at a popular craft fair.

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  • Be hedgehog aware

    Thursday 25th October, 2018

    Hedgehog (c) Tom Marshall

    The county’s leading wildlife conservation charity is encouraging people across Worcestershire to put hedgehogs on their checklist before lighting their bonfires this year.

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  • Woodland helped by Tesco

    Tuesday 9th October, 2018

    Hanley Dingle (c) Steve Bloomfield

    Wildlife, volunteers and visitors to two Worcestershire Wildlife Trust nature reserves have been given a boost by Tesco Bags of Help.

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  • Autumn adventures for families

    Monday 1st October, 2018

    Autumn adventures by Matthew Roberts

    Hedgehogs, worms and wellies; families are being encouraged to go on an adventure with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust this autumn.

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  • Wild Workout - Volunteering

    Tuesday 25th September, 2018

    Roving volunteers at The Devil's Spittleful (c) Wendy Carter

    A local charity is challenging people to a wild workout as autumn approaches.

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  • 100th patch of land saved!

    Thursday 20th September, 2018

    Alison (WWT LG Chair) Jim (Severn Waste Services) Colin (WWT Director)

    A local conservation charity is celebrating its 50th anniversary with the purchase of its 100th patch of land.

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  • Restoration work at Upton Warren

    Tuesday 11th September, 2018

    View across the islands to be restored (c) Wendy Carter

    Restoration work to an important wetland nature reserve is getting under way thanks to funding from Biffa Award.

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  • Vets raise money for wildlife

    Thursday 23rd August, 2018

    Clent Hills Vet's Emily Ashdown demonstrating pet first aid

    Staff at local charity Worcestershire Wildlife Trust are delighted to have received a donation for over £300 from the sale of First Aid Kits for pets and other fundraising activities.

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  • Volunteer raises money for wildlife

    Friday 17th August, 2018

    Tony Kelly on a bird-ringing trip to France

    Redditch resident Tony Kelly has raised £500 for local wildlife conservation charity Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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