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“Don’t forget us” says wildlife charity
Wednesday 2nd September, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is urging members of the public to support Remember a Charity Week, which runs from 7 - 13 September.
Wildlife charity in the running for share of £400,000 M & S Energy Community Energy Fund
Thursday 27th August, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has launched a campaign calling for people of the region to support it after being shortlisted for a national renewable community energy project competition.
Discover your wild side with TV presenter
Wednesday 26th August, 2015
On Sunday 27 September, Northumberland Wildlife Trust is thrilled to be hosting ‘Our Wildlife 2015’ at Kirkley Hall in Ponteland with TV and wildlife presenter, Iolo Williams.
Keep Out! Says wildlife charity
Friday 21st August, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is strongly reminding members of the public that its Hauxley nature reserve on Druridge Bay is still closed, whilst its new Wildlife Discovery Centre (funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund) is under construction. The site will remain closed until spring/summer 2016.
A return to good old play, thanks to charity lottery
Thursday 20th August, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has just received a staggering £200,000 from players of People’s Postcode Lottery, taking the total received from its players to a whopping £894,940.
Seed sales sow success for nature conservation
Monday 17th August, 2015
One man’s passion for the natural world has led to his family supporting UK wildlife conservation to the tune of £1million, through feeding birds on a spectacular scale.
Marine celebrations a great success
Wednesday 12th August, 2015
Northumberland Wildlife Trust is delighted with the success of its National Marine Week celebrations.
Get running for wildlife
Friday 7th August, 2015
There’s still time to get in training for the second St Oswald Ultra Run Series and raise funds for wildlife whilst doing so.
Laying the first bale
Thursday 6th August, 2015
The first straw bale has been put in place to kick-start start the construction of Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s new Wildlife Discovery Centre.
Enjoy a ‘staycation’ this summer
Wednesday 5th August, 2015
As part of its campaign to get people enjoying nature and avoiding the stresses and delays of foreign travel, Northumberland Wildlife Trust is encouraging everybody to take a ‘staycation’ this summer and check out all its reserves.