Eight year old Bellingham twins Ivy and Zoe Hollings thought they were in for a great couple of months… no getting up early for school, then the Easter holidays and then maybe more time off school…
The message is clear: stay on public rights of way and keep dogs on leads at all times.
The last piece of conservation work undertaken by Northumberland Wildlife Trust before travel restrictions were put in place was at its Juliet’s Wood reserve, 1km north of Slaley Village.
All our reserve car parks are now closed, but our reserves are open. If you live within walking distance of a reserve, why not visit it? But please be sensible.
Volunteers from the ‘Coast Care’ initiative have just completed one of the initiative’s biggest projects - clearing a section of ivy Hedera helix from the ramparts outside Bamburgh Castle.
As of today, Tuesday 17th March, all Trust events, volunteering tasks and external meetings have been cancelled until Thursday 30th April at the earliest.
As part of this year’s Earth Hour celebrations, Duncan Hutt, Northumberland Wildlife Trust's Head of Living Landscapes will be hosting a talk on what everybody can do to help the environment…
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has boosted its conservation team with the appointment of Alice McCourt as Conservation Assistant.
It’s eyes to the skies time again in Northumberland as wildlife lovers prepare for the return of the Kielder ospreys.
As campaigners for the conservation of the natural world and Sites of Specific Scientific Interest, Northumberland Wildlife Trust is delighted to welcome Historic Property Restoration Ltd (HPR) as…