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Ellie Harrison joins us as President
Wednesday 3rd December, 2014
BBC Countryfile presenter Ellie Harrison has been announced today (3 December) as our new President, launching her Presidency with a new wild Christmas campaign called My Wild Christmas.
BUSINESS AWARDS RECOGNISE THE WILDEST GLOUCESTERSHIRE COMPANIES
Friday 28th November, 2014
Without the land, the rivers, the oceans, the forests, the sunshine, the minerals and thousands of natural resources we would have no economy whatsoever - Satish Kumar, ecological campaigner (2008)
Want to win £25,000 and support Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust?
Tuesday 18th November, 2014
Then why not join our new Wildlife Lottery, a great chance for you to support us and be in with the chance of winning up to £25,000!
Proposed land transfer to Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Tuesday 18th November, 2014
Notice is hereby given that Gloucestershire County Council is proposing to transfer land in its ownership to the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust of Conservation Centre, Reservoir Road, Gloucestershire, GL4 6SX. The land covers a total area of nearly 270 acres across five separate sites, all within Gloucestershire, and consists of woodland and limestone grassland which is managed for conservation and used as public open space.
GRAHAM HARVEY IS GUEST SPEAKER AT OUR MEMBERS' DAY
Friday 14th November, 2014
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is inviting everyone with an interest in wildlife to come and find out more about its work and listen to guest speaker and award winning author, Graham Harvey, agricultural story editor or to BBC Radio 4 series The Archers and author of The Killing of the Countryside and The Carbon Fields.
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