The Wildlife Trust BCN mission
Our mission is to create a wilder future by protecting and restoring wildlife and wild places across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Northamptonshire, for the benefit of both wildlife and people.
We manage over 100 nature reserves, we work strategically across all three counties to build a nature recovery network and we run a broad programme of engagement activities to inspire a love of nature.
We are extremely grateful to be supported by over 34,000 members.
The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them
Sir David Attenborough
The Wildlife Trust BCN Celebration Tree
Commemorate a special occasion or remember a loved one with an engraved leaf on our Celebration Tree.
Placing a specially engraved leaf on our Celebration Tree is the perfect way to recognise significant events such as weddings, anniversaries and birthdays, or to commemorate the life of a loved one. Or you might simply just want to purchase a leaf as a gift in recognition of someone’s love of nature.
The Celebration Tree is on permanent display in our reception area at our head office in Cambourne, which you are welcome to visit.*
The Celebration Tree supports our work across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire, helping to protect wildlife and wild places for generations to come.
*Our Cambourne office is open Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm. You are welcome to drop in but we would prefer it if you could let us know in advance if you want to visit.
Latest news and blogs
Book now - Online Wildlife Training Workshops
Juliette Butler, Training Workshops Officer, talks about the launch of new online training sessions
Photography Competition 2020 Winners Announced
Congratulations to all the winners of our 2020 Photography Competition, generously sponsored by Fujifilm UK.
The Last of the Junipers
On Cambridgeshire's Fleam Dyke protection of the region's only surviving wild juniper bushes has been helped by a grant which…
Godmanchester Road Reprieve
The Trust are delighted that any proposals for the Huntingdon Third River Crossing have now been permanently scrapped on both economic…
Getting Buzzy about Bees
Ryan Clark, Northamptonshire County Recorder for bees, wasps and ants, tells us why we should all take more notice of bees
Development, planning and growth pressures on wildlife - where we stand
Brian Eversham, Chief Exec of the Wildlife Trust BCN, outlines our stance on the Ox-Cam Arc, and sets out the principles by which this,…