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  • When should you trim your hedge?

    Thursday 24th August, 2017

    Advice from our Conservation Manager Andrew Nixon

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  • An Update from Birches Farm

    Monday 21st August, 2017

    Birches Farm – a traditional farm, nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) In 2015, thanks to the help of our generous members and supporters, we purchased this wonderful site. A couple of years on, much has been achieved though much remains to do.

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  • The Wildlife Trusts celebrates 10 year partnership with Vine House Farm

    Wednesday 16th August, 2017

    Wildlife partnership flying high.

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  • Badger Cull - our position on the proposed roll-out

    Tuesday 1st August, 2017

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  • New shop to support wildlife across Herefordshire

    Tuesday 13th June, 2017

    Herefordshire Wildlife Trust opens new shop in Ledbury to raise funds for conservation.

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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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