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

  • Volunteers in the spotlight

    Monday 19th March, 2018

    Rita Armstrong (c) Julia Letts

    Volunteers will be under the spotlight as part of a project to celebrate 50 years of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Deadline for photo competition looms

    Thursday 15th March, 2018

    Hedgehog (c) Roger King

    Time is ticking for local photographers to enter their images into a popular competition.

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  • Improving water quality

    Monday 12th March, 2018

    Daniel Roberts and Jess Nott

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has welcomed two new team members as part of a partnership with Severn Trent Water to improve water quality in the county.

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  • Taming the Devil

    Tuesday 6th March, 2018

    The Devil's Spittleful (c) Wendy Carter

    Pairs of hands are needed to help maintain a beautiful nature reserve on the edge of Bewdley.

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  • Hardwick Green Meadows - saved!

    Tuesday 27th February, 2018

    Hardwick Green Meadow - volunteers and staff say thank you

    Staff and volunteers at the county’s largest nature conservation charity are celebrating after completing the purchase of a series of internationally important meadows.

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  • Severn Waste Services help wildlife

    Friday 16th February, 2018

    Boynes Coppice (c) Wendy Carter

    Evesham-based firm Severn Waste Services have awarded £30,000 via the Landfill Communities Fund to help wildlife in south Worcestershire.

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  • Help needed for Wyre children's wildlife group

    Tuesday 6th February, 2018

    Wyre Forest Wildlife Watch

    A popular group for children is looking for more people to help run the monthly sessions.

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  • Merries Farm Meadows saved!

    Friday 5th January, 2018

    Merries Farm Meadows (c) Wendy Carter

    Staff and volunteers at the county’s leading conservation organisation are celebrating after being awarded a grant to save two small wildflower meadows for the future.

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  • Young nature reporters

    Thursday 21st December, 2017

    Anne Williams with pupils from Tibberton First School

    A group of eight and nine year olds from Hindlip and Tibberton First schools have made a radio programme on the importance of looking after wildlife.

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  • Heritage Lottery Fund to help save meadows

    Wednesday 13th December, 2017

    Hardwick Green Meadows (c) Wendy Carter

    Internationally important meadows are closer to being saved thanks to generous individuals, National Lottery players and a number of funders.

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