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  • Response to recent press - Bodenham Lake & Sailing

    Thursday 7th July, 2016

    Bodenham Lake

    Statement from the Board of the Queenswood & Bodenham Lake Community Interest Company, in response to an article in the Hereford Times (7th July 2016)

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  • Herefordshire Wildlife Trust spread the word about pollinators with support from Wye Valley Brewery

    Wednesday 6th July, 2016

    A recent sponsorship from Wye Valley Brewery has funded Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s ‘Hive’ – an initiative to share information about the importance of pollinators.

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  • National Meadows Day celebrated in style with scything and wildflower walks at Birches Farm Nature Reserve

    Wednesday 6th July, 2016

    Last weekend saw over 150 people arrive at Birches Farm Nature Reserve to enjoy a festival celebrating the traditional meadow.

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  • Birds, bees and butterflies get boost from new countryside coalition

    Thursday 30th June, 2016

    The Wildlife Trusts and LEAF create unique model for nature-friendly farming across 44,500 acres, as part of new Jordans Farm Partnership.

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  • 30 Days Wild nature challenge inspires 1,000,000 acts of wildness in just 20 days!

    Friday 24th June, 2016

    The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild challenge has inspired people up and down the country to take an estimated one million acts for nature so far this June.

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  • Give our unique WildPlay project its chance to be in the spotlight!

    Wednesday 22nd June, 2016

    Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is appealing for local votes for its WildPlay work as it strives for nationwide acclaim on BBC One in this year’s National Lottery Awards.

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  • Herefordshire Wildlife Trust take on traditional wildflower meadow as their newest Nature Reserve

    Thursday 26th May, 2016

    Known as ‘Little Marises’, the flower-rich meadow lies between two existing nature reserves – Cethins Meadow and Canon Tump Common – in the Black Mountains Valley, near to Michaelchurch Escley. The meadow is filled with wild flowers in early summer, such as common spotted orchids, ox-eye daisies and eye bright. It is also a wonderful place to spot meadow butterflies and day-flying moths.

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  • WildPlay on Bromyard Downs

    Wednesday 25th May, 2016

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  • Robert Owen Academy science field trip to Common Hill and Lea & Paget’s Wood

    Friday 6th May, 2016

    Students from the Robert Owen Academy escaped the classroom to get outside and practice their surveying skills at some of our nature reserves this week.

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  • Wildlife-friendly approach wins Business Charity Award

    Thursday 21st April, 2016

    Vine House Farm awarded Third Sector’s Charity Partnership Small Business Award

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