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Water vole 3 ben simmonds webKey partners and supporters of the Routes to the River Tone project - Somerset Wildlife Trust’s most successful urban wildlife project - came together on Wednesday (22nd March) to celebrate the project’s achievements over the last three years, which has been made possible through funding from Heritage Lottery Funding, Tesco and corporate partners, Viridor. A Thank you also goes to their project partners, such as Taunton Association for the Homeless (TAH) who have helped develop and deliver the project’s community engagement work.   

Phil MattSweetingSomerset Wildlife Trust highlights the impact that seasonal work has on the health of our local wildlife and asks for more help to secure habitats through uncertain times

BallcopseIMG 1989 resizedThe county’s most dazzling and inspiring wildlife gardens open to the public to fundraise for Somerset Wildlife Trust, and inspire us to use our own gardens to help wildlife on our own doorstep.

ClarksClarks Village is proud to announce its two Charity Partners for 2017: Cancer Research UK, and Somerset Wildlife Trust.

Fuse Fire SpinSomerset Wildlife Trust announces major half term event programme to celebrate the success of Routes to The River Tone project

Dunlin Tom Marshall SmallerSomerset Wildlife Trust welcomes recognition by the Hendry Review, released yesterday, that any tidal lagoon development in the UK should be subject to strict monitoring of any impacts of the technology on the marine environment.

Marsh fritillary c Amy LewisSomerset Wildlife Trust are delighted to announce that, together with the Blackdown Hills Trust, it has received funding of over £20,000 from Viridor Credits , through the Landfill Communities Fund, to support its work in the Blackdown Hills to reverse the decline of four key butterfly species. 

Bridgwater College - Southlake Moor visit (2)Somerset Wildlife Trust, a key partner in the Hills to Levels project arranged a visit ,supported by Natural England,  for a  group of agricultural students and their lecturers from Bridgwater and Taunton College’s Cannington Centre to explore Southlake Moor and Burrow Mump. 

Rustle Bluebell and Boris

Somerset Wildlife Trust is excited to announce the release of its  latest Knit for Nature™ pattern – Boris the Barn Owl –  as part of a campaign to raise awareness of the decline of much-loved Somerset species and get communities inspired to pick up their knitting needles to raise much needed funds for wildlife conservation in the county.

nigelSomerset Wildlife Trust is incredibly proud to announce that its volunteer Coastal Ambassador,  Nigel Phillips, has been awarded the Marsh Christian Trust’s ‘Marsh Volunteer Award’. The Award was given in recognition of outstanding contributions to marine conservation by a Wildlife Trust volunteer,  and was presented to Nigel at Somerset wildlife Trust’s first ever Coastal Conference.