Earlier in October the Government published an update on the Eastern Leg of High Speed 2 (HS2) Phase 2b, from the West Midlands to Leeds.
We need an effective planning system to help us all benefit from a wilder future, where nature is recovering and we all live in healthy communities with natural green spaces on our doorsteps. We know that the current system isn’t working, but we’re concerned that the new reforms will make a bad situation even worse.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust celebrates as Wyming Brook nature reserve retains the Green Flag Award! It has been a record-breaking year as more than 2,000 green spaces across the country have been awarded the international quality mark. Today, parks and green spaces across the country will be raising their Green Flag Award with pride […]
Keep your little monsters entertained this Halloween half-term with our spooktacular Wild Play events and uncover some mushroom mysteries!
Nature helped so many of us through lockdown in spring and summer – now is the perfect time to embrace and discover the autumnal delights it has to offer too!
Nature groups are calling on the PM and Chancellor to announce a major funding package to provide new green jobs and training through nature recovery work, as part of their spending review.
It is important that now as we move out of national lockdown we must not forget the importance of wildlife and how much it was there for us when we needed it; it was a classroom for our children, an escape on our daily walks and a boost of happiness to ease our worries.
Join our expert panel, including Chris Packham and Dominic Dyer, on Thursday 1st October at 7pm for our next episode of Wild LIVE (See all upcoming events here). This month the panel will be discussing the badger cull in England. The Wildlife Trusts remain deeply concerned that healthy badgers will be killed as part of the Government’s annual culling programme […]
We have launched a new FREE suite of resources available for teachers, uniformed groups and home schoolers. Six sessions have been developed aimed to inspire and educate young people about our amazing insects.
As we approach autumn and the change of season, we’re now reflecting on our wild memories of lockdown. Many of you got in touch to tell us how lockdown allowed you to re-connect with nature on your doorstep; noticing the cheery daffodils of spring and carpets of bluebells in summer, and simply enjoying the wildlife […]