Major habitat enhancement work will be taking place at Summer Leys nature reserve, Northamptonshire, thanks to funding from Natural England. As Summer Leys is an important designated site, all…
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Calling Cambridgeshire parish councils, farmers, smallholders, large garden owners and other landowners with any ponds in mind for restoration or for the creation of new wildlife ponds
We are urging all of our supporters to respond to the most recent East West Rail consultation, which closes on 9 June.
We are deeply concerned about the application to begin culling badgers, a protected species, in Northamptonshire, and do not believe that culling badgers is an appropriate or effective way to…
Debate continues about the best option for the East West Rail route into Cambridge, with calls for a fundamental rethink
All Saints Church, Grafham, Cambridgeshire has been awarded a bronze plaque in our Conservation Churchyard Awards scheme
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.
The decision to take East West Rail to Cambourne reduces the risks of ecological damage, but a route to the north of the A428 offers enormous potential and should be properly investigated
The State of Nature Report 2019 has been released.
The Wildlife Trust are working with Cambridge City Council to raise awareness of these prickly mammals across the city and help connect their habitats together