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  • TRAINING GARDEN OPENS IN TEWKESBURY

    Wednesday 21st October, 2015

    (c) David Plummer

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and Severn Vale Housing are proud to be opening the doors for the first time to their Garden Mentors Training Garden in Tewkesbury, on 27th October 10am – 3pm.

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  • HALLOWEEN HORROR & WICKED WILDLIFE

    Thursday 15th October, 2015

    “Wildlife is wicked” says Nicky Simpson of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, who this month is organising the Trust’s most popular event of the year. “This is a great time of year to engage children with nature as they are fascinated with creepy crawlies and bats, wildlife that is associated with Halloween.”

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  • CIRENCESTER HARE FESTIVAL WAY TO HAVE A ROYAL UNVEILING

    Tuesday 29th September, 2015

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (GWT) is delighted to welcome HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO to unveil the new Cirencester Hare Festival Way on Friday, 2nd October 2015.

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  • CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS POWERED BY WESTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION

    Thursday 24th September, 2015

    Volunteers from Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s ‘All Paths Lead to the Hill’ project are celebrating having received funding from Western Power Distribution to continue their ground-breaking work.

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  • A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALLCOOPER

    Thursday 17th September, 2015

    Yesterday, Wednesday, 16th September 2015, Roman Cooper, CEO of local security firm Allcooper was ‘arrested’ by Sgt Simon Clemett of Gloucestershire Constabulary as part of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Jail and Bail fundraising event.

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  • PIONEERING SCHEME HARNESSES NATURE TO TACKLE FLOODING

    Thursday 17th September, 2015

    (c) Stroud District Council

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (GWT) has been working with Stroud District Council on natural flood defences at its Snows Farm nature reserve in the Slad Valley, Stroud.

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  • CEO OF SECURITY FIRM LOCKED UP FOR WILDLIFE CHARITY

    Tuesday 15th September, 2015

    On Wednesday, 16th September 2015 at 1.30pm, Roman Cooper, CEO of local security firm Allcooper will be ‘arrested’ at Robinswood Hill Country Park by Sgt Simon Clemett of Gloucestershire Constabulary as part of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Jail and Bail fundraising event.

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  • GREEN PARTY LEADER VISITS GLOUCESTERSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST

    Tuesday 8th September, 2015

    Green Party Leader visited Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust to learn more about its work.

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  • GLOUCESTERSHIRE FRACKING PROPOSALS CAUSE ALARM

    Monday 7th September, 2015

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is alarmed at the prospect of fracking taking place in the Forest of Dean, an internationally important site for bats which rely on the underground cave system. The Government’s latest consultation identifies the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley as areas where applications have been received from companies seeking licences to explore for shale gas.

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  • GLOUCESTERSHIRE’S TOP BUSINESS PEOPLE JAILED FOR CHARITY!

    Friday 14th August, 2015

    Today, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is launching a new fundraising event called ‘Jail & Bail’ that will take place on Wednesday, 16th September 2015 at Gloucester Cathedral.

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