Bristol declares ecological emergency
Protecting wildlife in Avon
Avon Wildlife Trust is committed to enabling wildlife to survive and thrive across the region. More than 18,000 members, 3,500 volunteers and a dedicated staff team work together to make our local area wilder and make nature part of life, for everyone. Avon Wildlife Trust is an independent charity. We’d love you to join us.
In the light of the latest Government advice on Coronavirus, we want to let you know about the measures we are taking and how these may affect you when visiting and contacting Avon Wildlife Trust. We are cancelling all events and activities for March and April 2020, including our volunteering groups, young people’s volunteering opportunities and our My Wild Child toddler nature play sessions.
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