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  • LEAVE A NATURAL LEGACY - Will for Wildlife Week 15th-21st October

    Monday 15th October, 2012

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  • WATER VOLES ENLIST ALLIES IN THE COTSWOLDS

    Tuesday 9th October, 2012

    Cotswold Rivers Volunteers scrub bashing in Sherbourne

    Dedicated volunteers have given over £10,000 worth of their time to help save the water vole and other river wildlife throughout the Cotswolds as part of a project for Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • WORKING WITH FARMERS - a bTB Cattle Vaccine

    Friday 5th October, 2012

    Following a meeting of interested organisations and individuals initiated by members of the farming industry a Declaration has been put before Owen Patterson the DEFRA Secretary of State. A copy of the letter which I signed on behalf of the Trust has been sent to the press.

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  • ROYALS PLANT A JUBILEE ORCHARD

    Thursday 4th October, 2012

    apple (c) Dave Kilbey

    Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester will be planting a local variety apple tree to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee at Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Lower Woods nature reserve in the new Jubilee Orchard.

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  • TOAD HOMES GO UNDER THE HAMMER!

    Friday 28th September, 2012

    Ellen Winter, GWT and Paul Fawcett, WPD help pupils build toad homes.

    Pupils from St Dominic’s Catholic Primary School built new homes for toads thanks to funding from Western Power Distribution.

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  • CHARITY URGES COUNCILS TO PROTECT OUR WILDLIFE

    Monday 10th September, 2012

    (c) Zsuzsanna Bird

    A new report urging planners and developers to recognise the value of brownfield sites as potential wildlife havens has been published by local conservation charity, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • JOE AND ADAM HENSON LAUNCH NEW WILDLIFE FRIENDLY CHEESE!

    Monday 3rd September, 2012

    Rare breed and farming advocate, Joe Henson MBE, and his son, BBC Countryfile presenter, Adam Henson launched Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s new partnership with local cheese maker, Simon Weaver at The Moreton-in-Marsh Show on 1st September 2012.

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  • JOE HENSON LAUNCHES NEW WILDLIFE FRIENDLY CHEESE!

    Friday 24th August, 2012

    Rare breed and farming advocate, Joe Henson MBE will be launching Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s new partnership with local cheese maker, Simon Weaver at The Moreton-in-Marsh Show on 1st September 2012.

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  • LAST CHANCE TO ENTER NATURE BUSINESS AWARDS

    Tuesday 21st August, 2012

    2011 Nature Works winners

    Time is running out for businesses that want to be recognised for their contribution to the county’s nature in a local conservation charity’s business awards.

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  • CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST TO STEP DOWN FROM POST

    Friday 17th August, 2012

    Gordon McGlone (c) Margaret McGlone

    The Chief Executive of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is to step down from his post after more than 30 years at the helm.

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