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

  • An Egg-stravagant Easter

    Thursday 22nd March, 2018

    Wild About Eggs (c) Emma Bradshaw

    Families are being invited to an egg-stra special trail to discover more about the fascinating world of wildlife eggs during the school holidays.

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  • Eye of newt and toe of frog

    Thursday 22nd March, 2018

    Smooth newt (c) Pete Walkden

    Wildlife-lovers are being invited to join a wildlife discovery course to explore the world of amphibians and reptiles.

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  • 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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