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  • GLOUCESTERSHIRE'S WILDLIFE SHOT...ON CAMERA!

    Wednesday 14th November, 2012

    (c) David Young

    What do a hare, a wild boar, and a child playing in a bucket all have in common? They have all topped the podium in Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s annual amateur photography competition!

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  • WILDLIFE IMPORTANCE OF NORTHERN UNITED GIVEN FORMAL RECOGNITION

    Wednesday 14th November, 2012

    (c) Zsuzsanna Bird

    A panel of experts from across the county has concluded that the wildlife of the Northern United site in Cinderford - the subject of a controversial planning application - is significant enough for it to be designated as a Key Wildlife Site. While the designation is not legally binding it does confirm what local naturalists have been saying for some time - that Northern United is one of the best sites in Gloucestershire for wildlife.

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  • RUNNING WILD IN STROUD...

    Monday 5th November, 2012

    Sunday 21st October 2012 saw 12 very keen and fit runners complete the 31st Stroud Half Marathon in support of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • LOCAL BUSINESSES AWARDED FOR CONTRIBUTION TO NATURE

    Wednesday 31st October, 2012

    Nature Works 2012

    Gloucestershire’s businesses have today, 31st October 2012, been recognised for their contribution to nature at an exclusive business awards held at the House of Commons.

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  • NEW MEMBER EVENT AT COOMBE HILL NATURE RESERVE

    Friday 26th October, 2012

    On Thursday 25th October Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust invited some of its newest members to attend a special event at Coombe Hill nature reserve.

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  • ACTION FOR ASH

    Friday 26th October, 2012

    (c) Steve Collin / Norfolk Wildlife Trust

    It seems likely Ash dieback disease Chalara fraxinea is present at Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Lower Wood nature reserve, Ashwellthorpe, an ancient woodland and a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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  • GOVERNMENT MUST LISTEN TO MPS AND ABANDON BADGER CULL

    Friday 26th October, 2012

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust urges the Government to listen to Parliament after MPs backed a motion calling on the Government to abandon its planned badger cull.

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  • BADGER CULL DELAY WELCOME: time to throw weight behind alternatives

    Tuesday 23rd October, 2012

    The Wildlife Trusts welcome the Environment Secretary’s announcement to delay the badger cull but are disappointed by his motives.

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  • WILDLIFE GETS A NEW BOG!

    Monday 22nd October, 2012

    Residents in Stonehouse have been getting their hands dirty to help create a community nature garden as part of a partnership project between All Pulling Together and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • ROYALS PLANT A JUBILEE ORCHARD

    Tuesday 16th October, 2012

    HRH The Duke of Gloucester plants an apple tree

    Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester planted local variety apple trees to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee at Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Lower Woods nature reserve in the new Jubilee Orchard on Friday, 12th October.

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