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

  • Broadway's 'natural' donations

    Monday 19th November, 2012

    Tony Stephens and Joanne Parsons (seated),Cliff Hartwell and Mark Turner (stand)

    Three local people with connections to Broadway have donated equipment to benefit both wildlife and visitors at a local nature reserve.

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  • Ash dieback impact on wildlife

    Wednesday 7th November, 2012

    Brown hairstreak butterfly (c) Pete Smith

    Two conservation charities are joining together in the call to ask the public to remain vigilant for ash trees that are showing signs of the fungus, Chalara fraxinea.

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  • Action for Ash

    Monday 29th October, 2012

    Ash dieback diseased leaf (c) Steve Collin Norfolk Wildlife Trust

    Whilst the ash dieback disease, recently discovered in Norfolk and Suffolk, has not yet been found in Worcestershire, the Trust are concerned that it may spread to our county.

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  • Badger cull delay

    Friday 26th October, 2012

    Badger (c) Jon Hawkins

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust urges the Government to listen to Parliament after MPs backed a motion calling on the Government to abandon its planned badger cull.

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  • Conservation Grazing & Wildlife-Friendly Beef

    Tuesday 23rd October, 2012

    Grazing for wildlife is at the heart of a new partnership between Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and Old Yarr Estates.

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  • Witches Brew at Piper's Hill

    Monday 22nd October, 2012

    boy examining nature

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is inviting families to discover more than spooky pumpkins scary skeletons this Halloween.

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  • The Knapp's Nocturnal Nature

    Thursday 18th October, 2012

    Looking in a moth trap at night (c) Dave Butler

    Local residents are being invited to join in a nocturnal nature ramble at the Knapp and Papermill nature reserve, Alfrick Pound.

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  • Hill Court Farm Volunteering

    Thursday 11th October, 2012

    Hill Court Farm (c) Paul Lane

    A local conservation charity are hoping to get a new volunteering group off the ground.

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  • Gardening Volunteer Taster Day

    Monday 1st October, 2012

    Lower Smite Farm garden (c) Paul Lane

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is hoping to attract more than just butterflies and bees when it holds a taster day for potential gardening volunteers.

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  • Volunteer Reaches 80

    Saturday 29th September, 2012

    Oliver Goldfinch (left) receiving his Centenary Award for Volunteering

    A Droitwich-based volunteer is celebrating his 80th birthday with the charity that he’s been volunteering with for 20 years.

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