Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are calling for all burning to stop following a spate of fires in the last few weeks. Important uplands Our uplands […]
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust are delighted to present our calendar for 2023! Featuring stunning full colour photographs of local wildlife and nature from across Sheffield & Rotherham, the calendar […]
Natural flood management measures at Whirlow Playing Fields is regenerating the area and improving wildlife habitats.
Funding from Biffa Award has helped us to restore habitats in our Greno Woods nature reserve to care for invertebrates.
After almost 4 years of campaigning against housing development on a rewilded Greenfield site in Owlthorpe, Sheffield, the decision to designate the two remaining allocated housing areas as Local Wildlife Sites came as very welcome news to local community group Owlthorpe Fields Action Group (OAG).
As Yorkshire Water announce a hosepipe ban from 26th August, Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust are urging people to consider the impacts of the drought on wildlife and start using water wisely now.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is celebrating achieving the Green Flag Award at Wyming Brook nature reserve for the seventh consecutive year. The award is the international quality mark for […]
On the morning of 10 June 2022 our Advocacy Officer Ian Cracknell joined local swift group representatives Laura Lian (S6 Swifts) and Aimee Ambrose (Walkley and Crookes Swift Group) at […]
The South Yorkshire Woodland Creation Partnership project led by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust has been awarded a grant from the £6 million Trees Call to Action Fund, led by […]
Local voluntary group S6 Swifts have installed four crowdfunded swift nesting boxes to Malin Bridge Primary School in Hillsborough to help reverse the population decline of this at-risk bird. Since […]