• New flood defence project helps both people and wildlife

    Tuesday 25th July, 2017

    Staffordshire’s leading nature conservation charity is helping protect communities and create new wildlife habitats by tackling flooding and improving water quality through its ‘Nature’s Flood Defence’ project.

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  • Record number of glow worms recorded at reserve

    Friday 21st July, 2017

    A record number of rare glow worms have been spotted on one of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s flagship reserves.

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  • Get wild at Wildplay in Hednesford this summer

    Wednesday 12th July, 2017

    Youngsters in Hednesford can keep themselves busy this summer by attending new Wildplay sessions held by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Enjoy the National Day of Play with Staffordshire Wildlife Trust this August

    Monday 10th July, 2017

    From building dens to hunting bugs – Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging youngsters to ‘get wild’ at its hugely popular Playday events this August.

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  • New work party to launch in Branston

    Friday 7th July, 2017

    Residents across the Burton area are being encouraged to join a new work party to help look after an ancient woodland site in the area.

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  • BLOG: Bird watching saved my life - by Ian Sheridan

    Tuesday 4th July, 2017

    A couple of years ago I was in a state of depression and anxiety, I had suffered through a spinal injury, a very hard relationship breakdown, lost my job and ended up living with my parents at the age of thirty six.

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  • Den Cartlidge: 30 Days Wild Blog week four

    Monday 3rd July, 2017

    It's the fourth and final week of 30 Days Wild! Thanks to our blogger Den Cartlidge for his weekly blog during June. Here's his last offering.

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  • Staffordshire Quarries asks birdwatchers to use caution

    Monday 26th June, 2017

    Two quarries in Staffordshire – Uttoxeter Quarry and Newbold Quarry, located in Barton-under-Needwood – are warning birdwatchers of the dangers of wandering off the designated footpaths on the sites. This comes after they have noticed an increase in the number of birdwatchers climbing over safety barriers to get a better sight of nesting birds.

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  • Den Cartlidge: 30 Days Wild Blog week three

    Thursday 22nd June, 2017

    We're nearing the end of 30 Days Wild! Our 30 Days Wild blogger, Den Cartlidge, updates us with what he's been up to during the past seven days as we head into the final week of the challenge...

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  • Project completed to help reduce pollution along stretch of River Penk

    Monday 19th June, 2017

    Fish and invertebrates can enjoy new and improved habitats thanks to a project to improve water quality along a stretch of the River Penk.

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