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  • GLOUCESTER GOES WILD THIS SUNDAY

    Wednesday 24th June, 2015

    (C) James Stevens

    THIS SUNDAY, Gloucester is Going Wild thanks to Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • NEW WILD PLAY TRAIL OPENS THIS SATURDAY

    Wednesday 10th June, 2015

    (c) Anne Marie Randall

    This Saturday, 13th June 11am - 1pm, we are launching a brand NEW Wild Play Trail at Frome Banks nature reserve with some family fun activities.

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  • 30 Days Wild: Can you make room for nature this June?

    Thursday 28th May, 2015

    This June, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust 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 us motivate you!

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  • Greystones Farm does Open Farm Sunday

    Thursday 28th May, 2015

    On Sunday 7th June, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is opening its gates at Greystones Farm nature reserve in Bourton on the Water as part of the 10th annual Open Farm Sunday.

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  • A once-a-year chance to see Britain’s Rarest Buttercup

    Thursday 28th May, 2015

    On Sunday 14th June, 2-5pm Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is opening Badgeworth nature reserve for visitors to see the rare Badgeworth buttercup in flower.

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  • APPEAL TARGET REACHED

    Tuesday 12th May, 2015

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust wants to thank supporters for their amazing response to the appeal to purchase Daneway Banks nature reserve. The Trust needed to raise £50,000 to secure one of Gloucestershire's most important habitats and safeguard a future for the large blue butterfly.

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  • WILDLIFE AND WAGGY TAILS WITH ELLIE HARRISON THIS BANK HOLIDAY

    Wednesday 22nd April, 2015

    This Bank Holiday join Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust for a NEW and FREE fun family event at Robinswood Hill Country Park, incorporating a dog show organised by Teckels Animal Sanctuaries on Sunday, 3rd May 2015 11am – 3pm.

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  • RESCUING RATTY ON THE RIVER COLN THANKS TO £31,000 FUNDING FROM SITA TRUST

    Tuesday 21st April, 2015

    Life has been rough for the water vole over the past seven decades, according to experts at Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust. A combination of riverside habitat loss and the degradation and fragmentation of those that remain, along with attacks by American minks that escaped from fur farms and, more recently, the deaths of countless young as a result of summer flooding, has come close to wiping one of our much‐loved native species, known to many as the companionable Ratty in Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows.

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  • SEVERN POND PROJECT SECURES £50,000 FUNDING

    Wednesday 15th April, 2015

    (c) Richard Burkmar

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is celebrating receiving funding for a new pond restoration and re-creation project in the Severn Vale thanks to funding from Biffa Award, a multi-million pound fund managed that helps to build communities and transform lives through awarding grants to community and environmental projects across the UK.

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  • A-MAZE-ING NEW ATTRACTION NOW OPEN

    Wednesday 1st April, 2015

    This morning Lady Ashcombe (Owner of Sudeley Castle) , Roger Mortlock (CEO of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust) and Mike Dean (Mayor of Tewkesbury) Opened Sudeley Castle's latest attraction ‘Lost in the Willows’, a living willow maze and dipping pond.

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