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HALLOWEEN HALF TERM FUN
Thursday 16th October, 2014
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trusts popular Halloween event is back on the 30th & 31st October at Robinswood Hill Country Park, Gloucester.
OVER 5,000 FLOCK IN FIRST YEAR
Monday 13th October, 2014
In the past year over 5,500 people engaged in events and activities as part of the All Paths Lead to the Hill project - a partnership between Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, Gloucester City Homes and Gloucester City Council - funded by the Heritage Lottery for two years.
New plans for Greystones Farm Nature Reserve
Wednesday 27th August, 2014
New robotic milking parlour launched alongside plans to create a new discovery centre for schools and visitors.
STEPHEN MOSS VISITS GLOUCESTERSHIRE TO SPREAD HIS LOVE OF NATURE
Tuesday 19th August, 2014
TV producer and nature writer Stephen Moss is visiting Gloucestershire as part of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Wild Nights series of talks this September. Wild Nights is hosted by Hawkwood College on the outskirts of Stroud, the perfect venue for this series of talks by some of the UK’s leading natural history writers.
ALIEN INVADERS IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Wednesday 6th August, 2014
A report published today by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust warns of the impact of invasive non-native species to Gloucestershire’s native plants and animals
SCHOOLS QUIZ REACHES A CLIMAX!
Wednesday 2nd July, 2014
Over 90 schools have taken part in Gloucestershire Wildlife Trusts’ Primary Schools Quiz 2014 which comes to a nail-biting climax this Wednesday, 2nd July.
JESSY LEE AND CERYS MATTHEWS LAUNCH UNIQUE POETRY TRAIL TO CELEBRATE LAURIE LEE'S CENTENARY
Thursday 26th June, 2014
Gloucestershire's newest tourist attraction - The Laurie Lee Wildlife Way - will be launched later today, as part of the Centenary Celebrations, by Laurie's daughter Jessy Lee and BBC presenter, musician and writer Cerys Matthews.
COTSWOLD'S RAREST SPECTACLE MAKES ANNUAL APPEARANCE
Thursday 12th June, 2014
On Wednesday 11th June large blues were spotted in flight at Daneway Banks nature reserve for the first time this year. These beautiful and very rare butterflies were reintroduced to the nature reserve in 2002, after being extinct in the county since the 1960’s. The reintroduction is part of the Large Blue Project which is overseen by Dave Simcox and is a partnership between Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, Butterfly Conservation, GWT, Habitat Designs Ltd, National Trust, Natural England, Oxford University and the Somerset Wildlife Trust.
BADGEWORTH BUTTERCUP BLOOMS
Thursday 5th June, 2014
The Badgeworth Buttercup, found in only two places in the UK is in full bloom and this Sunday, the reserve is open for you to see this rare and rather special flower.
GO WILD AND WIGGLY THIS WEEKEND
Tuesday 20th May, 2014
If you’re nuts about nature and love all things creep-crawly, then Whole Foods Cheltenham is the place for you this Saturday, 24 May 2014.