Derbyshire Wildlife Trust have begun work to save derelict 19th Century Aqueduct Cottage thanks to local support and volunteers.
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Money is available to help people living in the Trent Valley transform their local environment. The Wildlife Trusts are encouraging groups to plan, deliver and apply for projects before the next…
Two new trainees from High Peak and Swadlincote have joined Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s Working for Nature scheme.
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa invited Derbyshire Wildlife
Trust to a special celebration event marking the release of more than £226,000 of crime
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has just finished their work at Norbriggs Flash Nature Reserve in Staveley. The reserve is a 100 acre flood plain for the Doe Lea River in Chesterfield.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has just announced several taster days for people who are interested in signing up to become a trainee in the Working for Nature Project.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has been awarded over £18,000 from Biffa Award to save one of Derbyshire’s most important areas of wet grasslands at Wyver Lane Nature Reserve.
We are excited to announce the opening of our third shop! This time, in the centre of Derby.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is celebrating the completion of visitor experience improvements at Woodside Farm.
‘Transforming the Trent Valley’ project successfully securing a grant of £2.7m from the National Lottery.