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  • WILD DAFFODILS SET TO PUT ON ANNUAL DISPLAY

    Friday 12th February, 2016

    With spring approaching there will soon be a beautiful golden carpet of native daffodils,

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  • APPEAL LAUNCHED TO SAVE GLOUCESTERSHIRE’S WILDFLOWERS

    Thursday 28th January, 2016

    In the depths of winter, summer can feel so far away. But as a new year starts it is reassuring to know that summer will return and bring with it bees, butterflies, birdsong and the fantastic array of wildflowers which bring our grasslands to life.

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  • NEW SKILLS FOR LIFE PROJECT IS LAUNCHED BY LOCAL WILDLIFE TRUST

    Thursday 10th December, 2015

    Local charity, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is proud to be launching its new Skills for Life Project in partnership with the School of Foundation Studies at Gloucestershire College, who provide a preparing for independence programme for students who have a range of learning difficulties.

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  • VOLUNTEERS RECOGNISED AT AGM

    Wednesday 2nd December, 2015

    At Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s (GWT) Annual General Meeting, volunteers were recognised for their outstanding contribution to the County’s wildlife.

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  • WILDLIFE TRUST REPORT CLAIMS BADGER VACCINATION ‘VIABLE AND UNDERUSED’

    Tuesday 24th November, 2015

    In a new report published today, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (GWT) says it has demonstrated that vaccinating badgers is a viable and underused tool in the fight against bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in the county – but that more research is needed to demonstrate the link between vaccinating badgers and the control of bTB in cattle.

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  • GREEN WALK LINKS GLOUCESTER AND PARIS

    Tuesday 17th November, 2015

    Climate change talks are taking place in Paris next month, but this weekend Gloucester is holding its own family-friendly walk to learn more about climate changes on a local level.

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  • New poll reveals parents’ concern over children’s lack of wildlife experiences

    Wednesday 4th November, 2015

    The Wildlife Trusts launch new initiative to make ‘Every Child Wild’

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  • TRUST WARNS GLOUCESTERSHIRE’S HEDGEHOGS ARE UNDER THREAT

    Thursday 22nd October, 2015

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust has launched a new report warning that the hedgehog is under threat of extinction in Gloucestershire.

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  • TRAINING GARDEN OPENS IN TEWKESBURY

    Wednesday 21st October, 2015

    (c) David Plummer

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and Severn Vale Housing are proud to be opening the doors for the first time to their Garden Mentors Training Garden in Tewkesbury, on 27th October 10am – 3pm.

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  • HALLOWEEN HORROR & WICKED WILDLIFE

    Thursday 15th October, 2015

    “Wildlife is wicked” says Nicky Simpson of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, who this month is organising the Trust’s most popular event of the year. “This is a great time of year to engage children with nature as they are fascinated with creepy crawlies and bats, wildlife that is associated with Halloween.”

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