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We must stand up for wildlife
Friday 24th June, 2016
With the EU Referendum over, the challenges faced by the UK’s wildlife are as great as they have ever been
One million acts of wildness!
Thursday 23rd June, 2016
30 Days Wild nature challenge inspires 1,000,000 acts of wildness in just 23 days!
National Meadows Day
Wednesday 15th June, 2016
Putting Northumberland meadows back on the map
The ‘Bug Man’ is back by popular demand
Tuesday 14th June, 2016
George McGavin, TV wildlife presenter and resident ‘bug man’ on BBC 1’s The One Show, is set to return to Newcastle next month to host the 2016 North East Wildlife Photography Competition Awards Ceremony.
Crag End Landslip wins ICE North East’s Robert Stephenson Award
Wednesday 8th June, 2016
VBA, the joint venture comprising VolkerStevin, Boskalis Westminster and Atkins, has won the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) North East’s Robert Stephenson award for its Crag End Landslip project in Rothbury, on behalf of Northumberland County Council.
To go or not to go, that is the question
Tuesday 7th June, 2016
Forget Lady Macbeth, the Lady of the North will be marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with a unique, open air performance of Much ado about Nothing… right under her very nose.
Calling all marine detectives
Wednesday 1st June, 2016
Big Watch Weekend 2016, Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 July
Amazing volunteers are helping building take shape
Tuesday 31st May, 2016
One year ago this week Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Discovery Centre on its Hauxley reserve at Druridge Bay began and what the Trust's army of volunteers has achieved in the subsequent 12 month is is nothing short of wonderful.
A fishy message to inspire cleaner water
Wednesday 25th May, 2016
Be on the lookout for more than 500 yellow fish which are set to appear in unusual places across Cramlington
Book supporting the region’s wildlife
Tuesday 24th May, 2016
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has received a donation of £771.92 to its Red Squirrel and Living Seas Appeals from author Andy Paciorek.