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

  • Unique collection of pears to be planted

    Monday 4th December, 2017

    Worcester Black Pear (c) Wade Muggleton

    Volunteers at a popular Pershore nature reserve are planting a unique collection of Worcestershire pear trees.

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  • Student wins conservation award

    Tuesday 14th November, 2017

    Josh Kalms and Graham Martin

    An award that recognises a student who makes a significant contribution to benefitting wildlife during their time at the University of Worcester has been awarded to a recent graduate.

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  • Hand-made gifts for sale at craft fair

    Friday 3rd November, 2017

    Dragon Flight by Gemma Waters

    Pottery, jewellery, art, clocks and more will be on sale at a popular annual craft fair between Droitwich and Worcester on Saturday 18th November.

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  • Autumn Adventures for half-term

    Wednesday 4th October, 2017

    Making hedgehogs (c) Adrian Clarke

    On Wednesday October 25th families are invited to take part in an autumn adventure at Lower Smite Farm.

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  • New hide for Upton Warren

    Monday 2nd October, 2017

    North Moors Pool (c) Wendy Carter

    Visitors to a popular wetland nature reserve will be able to spot more of their favourite wildlife as work gets underway to build a new viewing area.

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  • White wings return to Worcestershire

    Thursday 21st September, 2017

    Wood white in Monkwood (c) Mike Williams

    One of the UK’s rarest butterflies is making a comeback in Worcestershire after disappearing from the county nearly ten years ago.

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  • Wyre Forest meadow saved!

    Friday 1st September, 2017

    Helen Mackaness nature reserve (c) Harry Green

    An important parcel of land, part of an historic estate, near Bewdley has been saved.

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  • Celebrating 20 years of Grafton Wood

    Wednesday 23rd August, 2017

    Bluebells in Grafton Wood (c) Helen Woodman

    A Worcestershire nature reserve that is home to over 40 species of bird, a nationally rare bat and a declining butterfly, is celebrating 20 years of conservation.

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  • Saving Hardwick Green Meadows

    Tuesday 15th August, 2017

    Hardwick Green Meadows (c) Wendy Carter

    Staff at a local conservation charity are keeping their fingers crossed that they will be able to save internationally rare meadows.

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  • #10years of partnership to feed the birds

    Monday 14th August, 2017

    Nicholas Watts of Vine House Farm

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is celebrating 10 years of working together with Vine House Farm Bird Foods.

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