Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has been awarded over £18,000 from Biffa Award to save Derbyshire’s Wet Grasslands. Wyver Lane nature reserve will be receiving a makeover thanks to the funding.
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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has teamed up with Peak Shopping Village in an unusual partnership which will see the creation of a new nature reserve on the banks of the River Derwent.
Funded has been secured to improve the visitor experience at two of its most loved sites in Derbyshire; Wye Valley just off the Monsal Trail and The Whistlestop Café in Matlock Bath.
A team of six volunteers and a Severn Trent ranger accompanied one of our Reserves Officers, Sam Willis, to repair osprey platforms in the Carsington area.
Thanks to funding from Cromford Canal and Codnor Park Reservoir group, the site is receiving two funded orientation panels to help the local community and visitors from further afield know why the…
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that a dew pond at Chee Dale Nature Reserve has been restored.
We are celebrating the award of a generous grant of £43,189 from WREN Communities Action Fund project to transform the visitor experience at Woodside Farm Nature Reserve.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that it has recently taken on the management of Peak Quarry Nature Reserve near Brassington.
We are celebrating a grant of £3726.22 awarded by the Co-op Local Communities Fund as well as an additional £2,550 from Hamamelis Trust to restore the wetland habitat and renew signage and hide…
Leek coloured hawkweed - thought globally extinct, has been found in Derbyshire's Wye Valley.