Latest tweets and news stories about our work, activities and events. Journalists can contact our press team to ensure enquiries will be dealt with immediately: Emma Robertshaw 07779 657515 firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspiring a passion for nature
Friday 30th March, 2012
Families up and down the UK are being urged by The Wildlife Trusts to ‘let nature knock your socks off.’
Love Your River campaign launches
Wednesday 28th March, 2012
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust today hosts the launch of a new Government campaign to raise public awareness about the link between the health of our rivers and water use.
Local plans are key in planning reforms
Tuesday 27th March, 2012
Local plans are key in ensuring the protection and restoration of the natural environment in the planning system, according to The Wildlife Trusts.
European marine wildlife area at risk
Thursday 22nd March, 2012
Energy Minister Charles Hendry today gave BP consent to drill the deepwater North Uist well, northwest of the Shetland Islands.
Funding boost for Staffordshire landscape
Wednesday 21st March, 2012
More than £1.8million is to be invested into a project to conserve a spectacular landscape in the Staffordshire Moorlands and bring a host of long-term environmental, social and economic benefits.
Badger vaccination to take place in Wales
Tuesday 20th March, 2012
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales welcomes today’s decision by Welsh Environment Minister John Griffiths to pursue vaccination of badgers in the control of bovine TB this summer.
The Wildlife Trusts at Ecobuild
Monday 19th March, 2012
Businesses that support the birds and the bees have a chance to prove their green credentials at Ecobuild, with The Wildlife Trusts.
Planning for a sustainable future
Wednesday 14th March, 2012
This joint non government organisation letter about the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) is published today in The Times (page 25).
Butterfly and Moth Detectives' Handbook
Tuesday 13th March, 2012
Whether curled in a chrysalis or fluttering among the flowers, butterflies and moths are the winged jewels of the wild world. Now, a new guide from The Wildlife Trusts is here to help wildlife detectives discover their true beauty.
A Patch Made In Heaven
Sunday 4th March, 2012
A Patch Made in Heaven is Dominic Couzens’ diary of a wildlife-watching year in a single square kilometre of southern England.