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

  • Bug hunts, hovels and bluebells

    Wednesday 24th April, 2019

    Tiddesley Wood Open Day (c) Emily Brazier

    The popular Tiddesley Wood Open Day returns for its 33rd year with a record-breaking number of stalls, an exhibition about the Vale’s historic hovels, more bug hunts than ever and carpets of bluebells.

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  • Badger, Ratty, Mole and Toad strike out for a wilder future

    Thursday 28th March, 2019

    Mole, Badger, Ratty, Toad

    Stars speak up for wildlife in new film trailer hitting cinemas this weekend.

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  • Malvern family helps rare beetle

    Thursday 21st March, 2019

    Jane Brown, in red, with friends and volunteers at The Knapp (c) Margaret Vernon

    A Malvern family have joined forces with a local conservation charity to help a rare beetle.

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  • Photography competition deadline

    Thursday 7th March, 2019

    Brown hare (c) Gill Smith

    Garden birds, wildflowers, bumblebees, wild landscapes. Photographers have until Monday 8th April to enter a popular competition.

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  • Work to restore meadow begins

    Tuesday 19th February, 2019

    Windmill Hill (c) Wendy Carter

    Almost two kilometres of fencing is being replaced on a Vale of Evesham nature reserve in order to allow livestock to graze the site.

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  • Wildlife Heroes awarded

    Thursday 31st January, 2019

    Wildlife Heroes January 2019

    People who help wildlife were celebrated in a second awards ceremony on Friday 25th January.

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  • Stour wildlife receives a helping hand

    Tuesday 29th January, 2019

    Hoo Brook (c) Jess Nott

    Wildlife charities and the Environment Agency are joining forces to help wildlife on the Hoo Brook, a tributary of the River Stour.

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  • Natural Networks launch event - 31Jan

    Monday 14th January, 2019

    Cllr Tony Miller, Jasmine Walters and Sean Webber of Worcs Wildlife Trust

    An information and celebration event to launch the Natural Networks Grant Programme is being held on January 31.

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  • Family helps scarce butterfly

    Wednesday 9th January, 2019

    The O'Byrne family with Dom Cragg of WWT and Mike Williams of BC

    A Droitwich family came together in December to plant trees that will help a scarce butterfly species.

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  • Devil's advocates

    Tuesday 8th January, 2019

    Volunteers at The Devil's Spittleful removing birch saplings (c) Wendy Carter

    Contractors and volunteers have been working hard to restore one of Worcestershire’s rarest habitats.

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