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Adopt a Large Blue Butterfly £20.00

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Somerset Wildlife Trust’s Green Down Nature Reserve is home to one of the largest populations of Large Blues, its population has increased by 74% from 2015 thanks to targeted scrub clearance programmes and careful grazing of wildflower-rich grasslands – which also helps a huge diversity of wild plants and other insects to thrive!

You can help by adopting a Large Blue Butterfly today. Your gift will include a fun cardboard cut-out toy of a Large Blue Butterfly, an information sheet, a Large Blue Butterfly postcard, and an adoption certificate.

Thank you for your adoption donation, your adoption gift will help us protect vulnerable wildlife and preserve wild places in Somerset.

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Please advise us which card you would like, appropriate to the celebration you are buying the gift for, and advise us of your choice by adding your card choice in the 'additional notes' box when you place your order.

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WT91149 Xmas 50mm Christmas Card 

General card Lynne Newton Blank Card 

If you want us to send your gift direct to your recipient we can include a handwritten message in the card for you. Simply advise us of the delivery address, and let us know what you want to say by adding your message in the 'additional notes' box when you place your order.

Please call us if you would like a delivery overseas.


Gift Aid


If you are a UK tax payer, the value of your donation can be increased by 25% at no extra cost to you. Tick the box below and for every £1 you give, Somerset Wildlife Trust can claim back an extra 25p from the Inland Revenue.

*I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year it is my responsibility to pay any difference.


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