We’re looking for people to join us in the Sheffield Half Marathon on 14th April 2019 to raise funds for our Badger Appeal. The appeal aims to raise £50,000 for a local badger vaccination programme against TB, which we believe could help us deter the badger cull coming to Sheffield and Rotherham. By signing up […]
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is looking for expressions of interest to carry out an evaluation of the Natural Neighbours project.
Wild at Heart – a community project run by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust – has received £167,758 of National Lottery funding to help over 1,000 vulnerable and isolated adults in Sheffield and Rotherham improve their lives through nature over the next three years.
If you want a new year’s resolution that will really make a difference, then help us on our mission to create a better future in Sheffield and Rotherham for wildlife, people and the green spaces we all rely on.
Sheffield City Council today released a statement regarding a new approach to Sheffield’s street trees.
Stuck for Christmas present ideas for your nature-loving friend?
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust’s Centenary Riverside nature reserve has been chosen by Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham, as the site for the planting of five saplings, including a hazel, two silver birch and two rowan trees.
The Government’s independent Bovine TB Strategy Review has highlighted poor biosecurity and levels of cattle movement as key concerns in transmission of bTB.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust are holding an HS2 community event on Thursday 29 November 2018. The Trust is determined to ensure that, if HS2 is coming to South Yorkshire, the region gets the best deal for wildlife and our local communities.
Over 100 people, including staff, Trustees and members, joined us last month for a look back at the 2017-18 year at our Annual General Meeting.