We have launched our most ambitious appeal yet. ‘Save Our Special Places’ calls for the county’s residents to help save local wild places in very real danger of destruction.
In December 2018, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust took the decision to withdraw from the Strawberry Banks and Pasqueflower nature reserves.
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust has raised concerns about Highways England’s preferred route for the A417 missing link at the Air Balloon roundabout, which will have a significant impact on two of…
Work has started at one of the most fascinating woodlands in the south west of England to make it even better for its many birds and animals.
People of all ages will benefit now that further funding for ground-breaking project has been secured.
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Brighter Futures project is continuing for three…
Saplings grown at new nursery to replace ash trees
Planning permission has been granted for Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust to develop a new trust and visitor centre at Robinswood Hill County Park, in Gloucester.
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust calls for major improvements to draft Environment Bill
Dozens of young people from across Gloucestershire are calling on local politicians to take urgent action for the environment following a ground-breaking event held on 6 December.
Visitors to one of the county’s leading nature reserves are benefiting from improvements carried out by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.