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  • Youngsters team up for wildlife

    Wednesday 7th June, 2017

    The Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s new Wildlife Watch club offers young naturalists the chance to explore nature at Queenswood.

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  • New poll reveals city-dwellers love nature but don’t get enough of it

    Thursday 1st June, 2017

    30 Days Wild challenge from The Wildlife Trusts helps people enjoy nature every day

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  • Sale of Lower House Farm & office relocation

    Friday 26th May, 2017

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  • Discover the wild side of Herefordshire with the Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild challenge.

    Wednesday 24th May, 2017

    Sign up to join The Wildlife Trusts’ annual challenge: 30 Days Wild and join the 34,000 people across the UK going wild in June!

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  • New local branch group launches with a city ramble

    Wednesday 17th May, 2017

    Despite thunder, lightning and bursts of torrential rain, seven hardy folk turned out to support the first event organized by the emerging Hereford City branch of the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust. Ranging in age from 17 to 60, the group walked with leader Nic Howes from the confluence of the Wye and Eign Brook upstream along the latter to the bridge where it passes under Ledbury Road.

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  • Herefordshire’s rural heritage comes to the Left Bank

    Tuesday 9th May, 2017

    Local rural enterprise, Orchard Origins, creates an orchard in the sky at popular Hereford city venue overlooking the Wye.

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  • Herefordshire Wildlife Trust launch appeal to raise £40,000 to safeguard the future of their 55 nature reserves in tough financial climate

    Friday 5th May, 2017

    Herefordshire is often described as England’s most rural county, with a rich mosaic landscape of small fields, ancient hedgerows and wooded hills. From the Black Mountains in the west to the Malvern Hills in the east and the majestic sweep of the Wye Valley, the county embodies the finer characteristics of a rapidly vanishing traditional landscape.

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  • Easter survey reveals the need for faster action on peat-free gardening

    Thursday 13th April, 2017

    As the nation’s gardeners prepare for spring, a new survey reveals a lack of real choice for consumers looking for peat-free composts at garden centres and other outlets. It highlights the need for more determined action to phase out peat use from the gardening industry and to protect wild peatlands.

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  • Woodchip available from Lower House Farm

    Wednesday 12th April, 2017

    We have clean, hardwood woodchip available for collection from Lower House Farm. Perfect for garden paths or mulching borders! Suggested donation 50p per bag or £4 per boot/tailer-full. Please call in at reception on arrival (closed over Easter BH weekend). Bring own bags!

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  • Herefordshire Wildlife Trust launch crowdfunder appeal to set up new community shop in Ledbury

    Friday 17th March, 2017

    Selling pre-loved clothes, books and homewares alongside new wildlife products, the shop will also provide a space for talks and workshops, highlighting the work of the Trust on nature reserves and landscapes across Herefordshire.

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