How we are responding to Covid-19
The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to The Wildlife Trusts, and we have therefore been…
Welcome to new Corporate Partner - Ewing Associates
We are very grateful to Ewing Associates, a local financial planning company, for choosing to support our work with local wildlife.
Wildlife Gardening at Work 2020 – Winners Announced
We are very pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Wildlife Gardening at Work competition - congratulations to them and thanks…
Finding wild wellbeing in the workplace
During Mental Health Awareness Week, Valerie Todd, Human Resources Director from Siemens UK and Ireland, showcases a way that all workplaces can help to alleviate this crisis: through ‘wild wellbeing’. In 2017 Siemens teamed-up with The Wildlife Trusts to deliver a national programme of nature-based activities.
Reflections on Earth Day
Sue Barnard from our Corporate team considers how important nature is in this time of crisis - and how you can get your workplace…
Help look after nature at your workplace
Nature needs us now more than ever - and that can mean companies getting involved in helping wildlife as well as individuals...
Center Parcs donate £3000 to help wildlife
Center Parcs have been helping wildlife through a donation to the Trust and helping hedgehogs at Woburn Forest.
Helping to tackle plastic pollution
Our Corporate Partner, Arm, have been helping us tackle plastic pollution on our nature reserves.
Trumpington Meadows Discovery Day
Thanks to everyone who helped make this day possible.
Getting Fit for Wildlife! Cambourne 10K Business Challenge 2018
On 15 April four teams of runners took part in the Trust’s Cambourne 10K Business Challenge, held in and around our beautiful nature…
Nationwide funding for Barnes Meadow
Nationwide, which has a headquaters in Northampton, has generously given a grant of £750 to the Trust to help with some ditch work at…
New Visitor Centre at Rushden Lakes
The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Northamptonshire has opened a visitor centre at Rushden Lakes - our first…