On a crisp sunny day just before Christmas, the Sheffield Lakeland team from Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, put up their first new barn owl box. A large oak tree […]
Government puts bees at risk
The Government has once again put bees at risk by permitting the use of the banned pesticide thiamethoxam on sugar beet in England in 2022.
New boxes a hit with bats
60 new bat boxes put up earlier in the year by the Sheffield Lakeland team from Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, are already proving to be a big hit.
Join us at Sheffield’s COP26 climate march!
On Saturday 6th November, Sheffield’s COP26 march and rally for action on climate change is taking place, alongside many others in the UK and across the world on the same […]
Find out about Nature Recovery Rotherham
On Tuesday 16 November, the Nature Recovery Rotherham will hold its first meeting online to introduce the group to people in Rotherham and provide information about why nature needs your […]
Help us ensure a safe return for beavers to the wild
Right now, the Government is running a public consultation on how beavers in England can be returned to the wild. The Wildlife Trusts welcome this consultation and now that it […]
Success for the day of mass declaration of a Nature Emergency in Sheffield!
More than 1,000 individuals and 30 organisations joined together for a mass statement on Friday 21st May to declare a Nature Emergency for Sheffield. As a result of the campaign, on Friday’s declaration day, both Sheffield City Council’s new Labour and Green Party administration and Labour’s new Shadow Minister for Nature, Water, and Flooding, Sheffield Hallam MP Olivia Blake publicly said that they strongly support declaring a Nature Emergency in Sheffield.
Ask your MP to speak up for wildlife at Environment Bill debate
The first Environment Bill in over 20 years is making its way through Parliament and will soon be debated by MPs. Ask your MP to attend and speak up for wildlife.
Housing application on Local Wildlife Site in Dore refused
An application to build 22 houses on a Local Wildlife Site at Long Line in Dore has been refused by Sheffield City Council’s Planning and Highways Committee.
Helping you to connect with nature at home
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust launch #NatureAdventures to support people isolating at home to connect with nature and each other. Whilst we are all socially isolating, the Trust is providing […]