We are supporting schools where we can during this difficult time because we want children and young people across Sheffield and Rotherham to reap the lifelong benefits of a wild childhood and to learn to look after their natural world.
Beavers, birds and butterflies will also benefit from almost £2 million Postcode Lottery funding announcement The Wildlife Trusts across England, Scotland and Wales are to harness the power of nature to fight climate change, thanks to almost £2 million raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The money will be used to fund nature restoration […]
Following on from the success of last year’s project that saw over 30 ponds created or restored across South Yorkshire and Derbyshire on behalf of Natural England, Wildscapes CIC have been appointed again to deliver a number of ponds across Doncaster and Barnsley this winter.
Thanks to National Lottery players water vole (Arvicola amphibius) is one of six species being supported through the Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Partnership which have found their home along the Conduit, ditches, drains and rushy run offs at Redmires.
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.