• HS2 second reading today: Phase 2a will destroy the heart of a Defra-funded Nature Improvement Area

    Tuesday 30th January, 2018

    The Wildlife Trusts believe the impacts on wildlife and wild places are severely underestimated by HS2 Ltd. The level of proposed mitigation and compensation is simply not good enough if the Government is to keep its promises on the environment.

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  • Trust to monitor willow tits across it sites

    Wednesday 24th January, 2018

    Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is to carry out work this spring to help monitor help monitor numbers of the fastest declining bird species in the UK.

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  • Hard work of volunteers paying off at Gentleshaw Common

    Wednesday 24th January, 2018

    The hard work of a group of volunteers has helped increase the amount of ground flora following the creation of a small glade at one of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s key nature reserves.

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  • Have your say to shape the future of the Trent Valley

    Tuesday 16th January, 2018

    People are being given the chance to help shape the future of the striking landscape of the Trent Valley.

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  • Nestbox event handed boost thanks to generous donation

    Friday 12th January, 2018

    A generous donation from a Stoke-on-Trent solicitors will allow the county’s largest nature conservation charity to run a nature inspired event in February.

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  • New guidelines call for homes for people and wildlife

    Thursday 11th January, 2018

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  • Learn new skills by signing up to Forest School Training Programme

    Tuesday 9th January, 2018

    The county’s largest nature conservation charity is giving people the chance to learn valuable new skills and earn a nationally recognised qualification through its Forest School Training Programme.

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  • Trust launches 2019 calendar competition – and needs your photos!

    Monday 8th January, 2018

    Image by Bob Coyle

    Photographers are being invited to submit entries celebrating Staffordshire’s varied wildlife and landscapes for a 2019 charity calendar.

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  • New boardwalk to be installed at popular visitor centre thanks to development fund grant

    Wednesday 3rd January, 2018

    Staffordshire Wildlife Trust has received a grant from the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Sustainable Development Fund to improve visitor access around its Wolseley Centre headquarters.

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  • Youngsters can go wild thanks to Police and Crime Commissioner funding

    Thursday 14th December, 2017

    Children across Staffordshire can ‘get wild’ after the county’s largest nature conservation charity received funding from Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner’s People Power Fund to deliver activities for youngsters.

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