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  • Bristol’s Hidden Local Wildlife Sites to be Havens for People and Nature, thanks to National Lottery support

    Thursday 28th September, 2017

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  • New Wildlife Pond Opens as a Haven for Urban Nature

    Tuesday 18th July, 2017

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  • Havens for Wildlife and People: Avon Wildlife Trust calls for true value of Bristol’s parks to be recognised

    Tuesday 11th July, 2017

    Avon Wildlife Trust today calls for the value of Bristol's parks to be fully recognised, and the deep impact they have on people and nature to be valued.

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  • Avon Wildlife Trust Chair of Trustees Wins Major Conservation Award

    Wednesday 28th June, 2017

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  • General Election Results 2017 - We need a strong voice for local wildlife

    Friday 9th June, 2017

    With the surprising results of the General Election 2017 now in, Avon Wildlife Trust would like to extend its congratulations to the elected MP’s across the West of England. We look forward to working together and to helping you understand the issues facing nature and wildlife for our region.

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  • Netcott's Meadow

    Monday 10th April, 2017

    A statement on the future of Netcott's Meadow and Avon Wildlife Trust's future position over the site

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  • Brexit and the Environment: Now We All Need to Speak Up For Nature

    Tuesday 28th March, 2017

    As Article 50 is triggered today, we begin a process which no one can safely predict the outcome of. What is clear is that this process will be long, immensely complicated and involve a huge number of voices clamouring for attention and priority.

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  • Bathampton Meadows Park & Ride – Avon Wildlife Trust calls on Council to ensure the best outcomes for Local Wildlife

    Wednesday 25th January, 2017

    Bathhampton Meadows nature reserve

    The B&NES Council meeting of 25th January 2017 will make a final decision about the site for a Park & Ride to serve Bath. Protesters are concerned that local green space will be degraded by the increased traffic and the visual impact of an expanse of parking for up to 1200 cars.

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  • More than one in ten UK species threatened with extinction, new study finds

    Wednesday 14th September, 2016

    Heath fritillary butterfly (c) Jim Higham

    It’s not too late to save UK nature but we must act now - that is the conclusion from a coalition of more than 50 leading wildlife and research organisations behind the State of Nature 2016 report.

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  • New badger cull imminent: The Wildlife Trusts call for end to flawed policy

    Tuesday 23rd August, 2016

    Image credit: Jon Hawkins, Surrey Hills Photography

    The Wildlife Trusts will oppose any decision by Natural England to grant new licences for culling badgers and will call on the Government and the newly appointed Secretary of State, Andrea Leadsom, to overrule and reverse this decision immediately.

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