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  • GRUNDON ORCHARD RESTORATION AT WINGMOOR FARM

    Thursday 1st December, 2011

    Richard Skehens and Gordon McGlone planting apple trees

    Grundon Waste Management Ltd was alarmed to learn about a 67% decline in traditional orchards in Gloucestershire after reading Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s ‘State of the Natural Environment Report’ published in August 2011.

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  • LEGAL EAGLES FLY HIGH IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CHARITY

    Wednesday 23rd November, 2011

    Phoenix Legal Group

    A team of Gloucestershire legal eagles is set to boost the funds of a county wildlife charity by forming a new partnership.

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  • RUNNING FOR WILDLIFE SET TO RAISE OVER £2500!

    Wednesday 23rd November, 2011

    Some of our runners before the start of the race

    Sunday 23rd October saw 16 very keen and fit runners complete the 30th Stroud Half Marathon in support of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • CELEBRITY WELLY AUCTION GOES LIVE!

    Wednesday 23rd November, 2011

    Simon Pegg and his signed Wellies for Wildlife

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is today launching a ‘Welly Auction’ selling off 20 pairs of celebrity signed wellies to the highest bidder!

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  • AUTHENTIC ADVENTURES RAISE £10,000 FOR LOCAL WILDLIFE

    Thursday 17th November, 2011

    John Brough, Managing Director Authentic Adventures presenting a cheque to GWT

    Gloucestershire based business, Authentic Adventures have raised an amazing £10,000 for local charity Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • WELLY WEEK A HUGE SUCCESS!

    Thursday 3rd November, 2011

    Dr Gordon McGlone accepting a £500 cheque from Roland Martin, Headmaster of Rend

    Over 1,000 people throughout Gloucestershire wore their wellies to raise money for local nature conservation charity, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust in October.

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  • CONCERN OVER CITY DEVELOPMENT

    Tuesday 1st November, 2011

    Common Lizards (c) Dave Kilbey

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is alarmed about planning proposals submitted for the Railway Triangle off Metz Way in Gloucester. The Trust believes the plans are unsustainable and not respecting the needs of wildlife or the health and well-being of local residents.

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  • LOCAL LANDOWNER HELPS CREATE A LIVING LANDSCAPE WITH WILDLIFE AT ITS HEART

    Tuesday 1st November, 2011

    Karen Lloyd, Severn Vale Living Landscape Project Officer checking out the small

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s most ambitious landscape project to date has just completed a major milestone towards its vision of creating a 'wetland mosaic' in the Severn Vale, thanks to support from a local landowner.

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  • WILDLIFE TRUST WIN CPRE AWARD

    Thursday 20th October, 2011

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust presented with a CPRE Gloucestershire award

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is delighted to have been selected as a winner in the CPRE Gloucestershire’s (Campaign for Rural England) 4th Annual Environmental Awards that took place 19th October at Toddington Village Hall.

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  • CO-OP GO WILD IN THE COUNTRY

    Thursday 13th October, 2011

    Andy Bartlett, manager of the Bourton-on-the-Water Co-op, and his team of volunt

    Midcounties Co-op staff helped local charity, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust with valuable nature conservation work at Brassey nature reserve in the Cotswolds. Co-op staff helped cut back the encroaching hawthorn and hazel scrub and created glades to increase the diversity of plants and insect species.

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