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HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES VISITS DANEWAY BANKS NATURE RESERVE FOLLOWING PUBLIC APPEAL
Thursday 21st July, 2016
HRH The Prince of Wales, Patron of The Wildlife Trusts since 1977, will visit Daneway Banks Nature Reserve on Thursday, 21st July 2016 following a successful public appeal by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (GWT). The visit will mark the launch of a new educational and research partnership with the Royal Entomological Society (RES), to be joint owners of the site with GWT.
Walk 4 Wildlife this July
Tuesday 21st June, 2016
On Saturday 2nd July Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (GWT) are holding their annual Walk 4 Wildlife at one of their newest nature reserves, Crickley Hill. It rounds off their month long #30DaysWild social media campaign encouraging people to get out and enjoy nature in their everyday lives.
THE LARGE BLUE BUTTERFLY EMERGES AT DANEWAY BANKS
Wednesday 8th June, 2016
Britain’s rarest butterfly, the large blue, was spotted at Daneway Banks nature reserve on Sunday 5th June 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 a national large blue project.
ELLIE HARRISON LAUNCHES APPEAL TO PROTECT BARN OWLS
Thursday 2nd June, 2016
Ellie Harrison, BBC Presenter and President of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, is today launching an appeal to protect vulnerable populations of barns owls in the county.
30 Days Wild: Make room for nature this June
Wednesday 1st June, 2016
An exciting new challenge for everyone! This June, The Wildlife Trusts are asking everyone do something wild every day for a month. The challenge is simple and designed to delight: make room for nature - no matter where you are or how busy your life. Make this the month when you do something wild every day, and let Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust motivate you!
Celebrating Sir David Attenborough at 90: Thank you for being the UK’s great supporter of the wild world
Friday 6th May, 2016
Celebrating Sir David Attenborough at 90: Decades of devotion to UK wildlife The Wildlife Trusts thank David for being the UK’s great supporter of the wild world
Tree planting ceremony celebrates the future of Gloucestershire’s countryside
Friday 22nd April, 2016
This Friday, 22nd April 2016 Gloucestershire County Council officially hands over five of its countryside sites to Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust at a celebratory tree planting event.
Holiday Dog Show Fun and Wildlife Discovery
Tuesday 19th April, 2016
“May day, May day” Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is calling for local families to visit Robinswood Hill Country Park for a free family event discovering and exploring nature, alongside a fun dog show, organised by Teckels Animal Sanctuaries.
£1 MILLION SECURED TO TRAIN YOUNG PEOPLE FOR GREEN EMPLOYMENT
Wednesday 6th April, 2016
One million pounds has been awarded to the Avon and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trusts to train 1,100 18-24 years olds in community engagement and conservation skills, and work with more than 7,000 young people over the next five years.
The Hare Festival Way Official Launch in Cirencester on Saturday March 19th 2016 11am to 12.30pm
Thursday 17th March, 2016
Join us for the opening and inaugural walk of the Hare Festival Way - the new nature trail for Cirencester. This fantastic new walking route has been created by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust in partnership with Cirencester Town Council and Gloucestershire County Council. The project was funded by the Cirencester Hare Festival, which was promoted by the Cirencester Community Development Trust, and leaves a lasting legacy for the town.