All Saints Church, Grafham, Cambridgeshire has been awarded a bronze plaque in our Conservation Churchyard Awards scheme
One of the most ancient woods in Cambridgeshire, Brampton Wood, undergoes annual autumnal conifer removal, returning it to native broad-leaved deciduous species. Caution, men at work!
Today The Wildlife Trusts launch 30 by 30 - a bold mission to start putting nature into recovery across at least 30% of land and sea by 2030.
We are very pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Wildlife Gardening at Work competition - congratulations to them and thanks to all who entered.
The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to The Wildlife Trusts, and we have therefore been keeping a close eye on government advice in response to the…
Congratulations to all the winners of our 2020 Photography Competition, generously sponsored by Fujifilm UK.
The Trust are delighted that any proposals for the Huntingdon Third River Crossing have now been permanently scrapped on both economic and environmental grounds
On Cambridgeshire's Fleam Dyke protection of the region's only surviving wild juniper bushes has been helped by a grant which has funded restoration of the area
In a new report published today The Wildlife Trusts demonstrate how a variety of natural landscapes in the UK can store carbon, making the case for addressing the climate and nature emergencies…
The Trust is marking five years of managing Trumpington Meadows nature reserve. From an Anglo Saxon settlement to research on the Maris Piper potato to a thriving community with wildlife at its…