The Wildlife Trusts are fortunate to receive generous support from players of People's Postcode Lottery; a charitable cash lottery in the UK where participants play using their postcodes.

The funding from players of People’s Postcode Lottery is supporting a wide range of Wildlife Trust projects, providing educational programmes for school children, an osprey protection programme, funding of rangers and a whole host of public events.

For more information about some of the great work that has taken place, you can take a look at our inforgraphic here.


Birmingham & Black Country





Leicestershire & Rutland




Every Child Wild

People's Postcode Lottery


Bailey's Story
(Lancashire Wildlife Trust)

Bailey talks us through his day at Forest School which took place on Broadhurst Park in Moston, Manchester.  Lancashire Wildlife Trust installed an outdoor learning area and Forest School site at the park after an invite from Manchester City Council and funding from People's Postcode Lottery players.

Bailey's school continues to teach their own Forest School sessions independently after they received training as part of the funding.

EcoPark, Small Heath
(Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust)

Watch Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust's fantastic forest school work at Ecopark, Small Heath, supported by players of People's Postcode Lottery.

Nick Baker came to see what it's like and lead some children in activities to explore wildlife there. More than 150,000 of our members belong to our junior branch, Wildlife Watch.


Northumberland Wildlife Trust are delivering education opportunities and events for local communities and schools, as well as maintaining reserves and wildlife sites around the region.


Scottish Wildlife Trust are educating thousands of children about Scotland's fantastic variety of wildlife and providing protection for wildlife, including threatened birds of prey, the peregrine, at Falls of Clyde.


Wildlife Trusts Wales delivers a wide range of conservation and education projects and events for local communities and schools across six local Wildlife Trusts.


Yorkshire Wildlife Trust are inspiring the next generation of wildlife-lovers through their environmental education programmes.