• £10,000 raised in memory of local ‘green hero’ for the fascinating kingdom of fungi

    Friday 15th January, 2016

    (C) Suzanne Zilka

    • The Justin Smith Foundation raised funds to increase awareness about “forgotten fungi kingdom” • £10,000 donated to Avon Wildlife Trust for use in fungi, lichen and botany education.

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  • Walton Common – introduction of grazing

    Wednesday 13th January, 2016

    Public statement

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  • Updated statement on Portbury Wharf Nature Reserve

    Monday 11th January, 2016

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  • Peregrine Box installed on Bristol Cathedral's roof

    Monday 4th January, 2016

    My Wild City Project Officer Matt Collis on top on Bristol Cathedral

    Avon Wildlife Trust are working with Bristol Cathedral to create a wildlife hotspot at the heart of the city.

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  • Tony Juniper becomes President of The Wildlife Trusts

    Wednesday 23rd December, 2015

    Tony Juniper (c) Eleanor Church

    Tony Juniper - campaigner, writer and well-known environmentalist – has been appointed President of The Wildlife Trusts.

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  • Updated statement on Portbury Wharf

    Wednesday 23rd December, 2015

    As 2015 draws to a close, Avon Wildlife Trust is disappointed that North Somerset Council has still not made a final decision on who will manage the nature reserve at Portbury Wharf. Despite ongoing attempts on behalf of the Trust to engage the PMML Board in discussion about the best course of future action, there has been no response.

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  • Rare discovery brings Christ-moss cheer

    Tuesday 22nd December, 2015

    Rabbit Moss

    Last week, an incredibly rare moss was discovered still clinging on to a rocky outcrop, on Walton Common, an Avon Wildlife Trust nature reserve near Clevedon.

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  • Bath Christmas Market supports Avon Wildlife Trust with woodland conservation

    Monday 16th November, 2015

    Bath Christmas Market is supporting local native woodland conservation by teaming up with Avon Wildlife Trust, who will supply Christmas trees to decorate this year’s festive market.

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  • New poll reveals parents’ concern over children’s lack of wildlife experiences

    Wednesday 4th November, 2015

    Children are happier, healthier and more creative when they are connected to the natural world. This should be an option not just for a few, but for every child in the UK. The Wildlife Trusts launch new initiative to make ‘Every Child Wild’.

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  • Help our hedgehogs! Celebrities urge gardeners to save the nation’s hedgehogs.

    Friday 23rd October, 2015

    (C) Tom Marshall

    • Wild About Gardens Week: Monday 26 October to Sunday 1 November 2015 • Have you seen a hedgehog in Avon?

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