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

  • Badger Cull

    Monday 23rd January, 2012

    Badger (c) Andrew Mason

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is disappointed to learn that the badger cull will be going ahead.

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  • Volunteers needed in Broadway

    Wednesday 18th January, 2012

    Broadway Gravel Pit volunteers (c) Anna Bunney

    Residents across the Vale of Evesham are being invited to make a New Year Resolution to get out and about for wildlife.

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  • Work at Piper's Hill continues

    Thursday 12th January, 2012

    Regeneration in previously cleared glade (c) James Hitchcock

    Work to restore a local nature reserve to its former glory continues apace.

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  • Restoring The Devil's Spittleful

    Thursday 5th January, 2012

    Restoring The Devil's Spittleful

    Major work to restore the quality of the heathland at The Devil’s Spittleful nature reserve, between Bewdley and Kidderminster started in January.

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  • Forestry Work in Woodlands

    Wednesday 4th January, 2012

    Coppicing at Tiddesley Wood

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is undertaking essential forestry work at three of its woodland nature reserves.

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  • Photo Competition - Call for Entries

    Tuesday 3rd January, 2012

    Kingfisher at Feckenham Wylde Moor (c) Pete Walkden 2012 winner

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust are issuing their final call for entries to their annual photography competition.

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  • State Investment in Forests is Vital

    Thursday 8th December, 2011

    Chaddesley Woods (c) Tanya Bascombe

    The Independent Forestry Panel must shout about the value of woodland nature.

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  • Attack on Nature

    Tuesday 29th November, 2011

    Looking to Bredon Hill, Worcestershire's largest Special Area of Conservation

    The Wildlife Trusts today voice exasperation at George Osborne's Autumn budget statement which includes plans to review the rules which protect some of the most important wildlife sites in England.

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  • National Planning Policy Framework

    Friday 16th September, 2011

    Warndon Villages, Worcester

    The Wildlife Trusts believe the land-use planning system is fundamental to securing nature’s recovery. In principle, The Wildlife Trusts support the consolidation of planning policy outlined in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) but the draft NPPF is dominated by a weighting in favour of economic growth and risks weakening existing wildlife protection.

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