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Find out about what’s happening with the Trust by reading our latest stories below.  If you want to find out more or think you have a story, please contact our press office. Don’t forget to share comments, stories, photos and videos on our Facebook page, TwitterYoutube and Flickr.

  • Sounds helping to re-build Hauxley

    Thursday 9th September, 2010

    Do you have days when you long to be out in the hills or by the coast?

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  • Education pack launched in time for start of term

    Thursday 26th August, 2010

    Northumberland Wildlife Trust has launched an education pack to help teachers and youth group workers lead outdoor environmental activities with children aged between four and 14 years of age.

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  • Wildlife charity says: “Please remember us”

    Thursday 26th August, 2010

    Northumberland Wildlife Trust is urging members of the public to support Remember a Charity Week, which this year runs from 13-19 September.

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  • Fancy a walk on the wild side?

    Thursday 26th August, 2010

    Northumberland Wildlife Trust is inviting members of the public to join members of the Estates team on a wildlife and heritage walk on Tuesday 7th September.

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  • Pupils test out red hot sellers

    Thursday 19th August, 2010

    Pupils from Gosforth Junior High School in Newcastle ended their summer term sampling a new red squirrel snack which is set to give a much needed boost to a wildlife fund.

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  • Let's rock!

    Thursday 19th August, 2010

    It’s a hard life living in a rock pool but rock pools and rocky shores support a wealth of marine biodiversity.

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  • Record bird sightings at Big Waters

    Thursday 19th August, 2010

    It’s been another great year for bird sightings at Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Big Waters reserve.

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  • Sense II will be bigger and better

    Thursday 19th August, 2010

    Northumberland Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that the second phase of the SENSE project is about to start and will be bigger and better than its predecessor.

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  • Red hot seller will boost fire appeal

    Wednesday 18th August, 2010

    Greggs the Bakers is helping Northumberland Wildlife trust re-build its Hauxley Visitor Centre overlooking Druridge Bay which was devastated by fire in a suspected arson attack at the end of June.

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  • Making a splash as £10.3 million prize is up

    Thursday 5th August, 2010

    Wildlife charity set to benefit from prize draw - in today’s climate, £10.3 million is the stuff of dreams.

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