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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.

  • 9. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow by Kevin O'Hara

    Friday 26th November, 2010

    As I write this, the snow is falling thick and fast cloaking the whole region in a white shroud.

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  • 8. Creature comforts by Kevin O'Hara

    Thursday 18th November, 2010

    Autumn is not the time to hide from the world outside - wake up to some of the Region’s wonderful wildlife says Northumberland Wildlife Trust. Think of autumn and images of robins, frost and misty mornings are bound to spring to mind. There’s great news for those who can’t face the cold; if you take on board the wildlife charity’s tips on how to attract wildlife to your garden, you can watch many of them through the window.

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  • Three years’ funding for local site surveys

    Thursday 18th November, 2010

    Northumberland Wildlife Trust is to receive a total of £60,000 from Northumberland County Council to help conserve the best of Northumberland’s habitats for the future.

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  • 7. Frost bytes by Kevin O'Hara

    Thursday 18th November, 2010

    They’re here then! The first frosts of winter and I for one like a little chill in the air.

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  • Students leave their mark on reserve

    Thursday 18th November, 2010

    A group of Year 10 students from Ashington Community High School have left their mark on Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s East Chevington nature reserve, much to the delight of the wildlife charity and visitors to the reserve.

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  • People’s Postcode Lottery raises £10 Million

    Thursday 18th November, 2010

    Lottery players give cash-strapped charities a welcome boost

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  • Wildlife charity urges Government to show its commitment

    Friday 12th November, 2010

    On the first anniversary of the passing of the Marine and Coastal Access Act (MCAA), Northumberland Wildlife Trust is calling on Government to make a statement demonstrating it is still committed to establishing a network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).

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  • Want to adopt a redhead?

    Thursday 11th November, 2010

    Now is the time to buy that special Christmas Gift to help endangered red squirrels.

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  • Don’t forget the small birds this autumn

    Thursday 4th November, 2010

    Now that November is upon us, Northumberland Wildlife Trust has started selling bird feeders aimed specifically at smaller birds.

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  • All creatures great and small at Tranwell Ponds

    Thursday 4th November, 2010

    EcoNorth, the consultancy arm of Northumberland Wildlife Trust has been working with Northumberland County Council to help prepare a site to become a new wildlife reserve for local people to enjoy.

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