Get in touch

Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Bewick House
22 Thorpe Road
Norwich
NR1 1RY

Registered charity: 208734
VAT number: 876 3225 06
Registered in England as a Company limited by guarantee no. 217338

Telephone: 01603 625540
Send us an email: info@norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk

Please note: If you see any livestock (sheep, cattle or ponies) on our reserves in difficulty or distress please contact our Grazing Manager, David Tallentire on 07769 710369. If you see any wildlife in difficulty please contact the RSPCA.

About Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Norfolk Wildlife Trust is the oldest Wildlife Trust in the country. The purchase of 400 acres of marsh at Cley on the north Norfolk coast in 1926 to be held ‘in perpetuity as a bird breeding sanctuary’ provided a blueprint for nature conservation which has now been replicated across the UK.

NWT has come a long way in 90 years. From humble beginnings we now:
  • have over 35,500 members, more than 100 corporate members, and eight thriving local members groups.
  • give conservation advice to a wide variety of organisations and individuals
  • provide education services for over 5,000 young people on school and university field trips each year.
  • run hundreds of informative and fun events at our reserves
  • care for over 50 nature reserves and other protected sites encompassing wetland, heathland, woodland and coastal habitats that provide a home for flagship species including otter, water vole, natterjack toad, bittern, common crane, marsh harrier, bearded tit, swallowtail and Norfolk hawker.

Our vision for Norfolk:
  • where the future of wildlife is protected and enhanced through sympathetic management
  • and people are connected with and inspired by Norfolk’s wildlife and wild spaces

Please browse the site to find out more about what we do and consider supporting our work for Norfolk’s wildlife.

Download the Memorandum and articles of association

   Memorandum-and-articles-of-association Download   
Show more +

Download the Code of Conduct and Complaints Process

NWT is a registered charity and is registered with the Charity Fundraising Regulator.  If you wish to download the Code of Conduct or Complaints Process, please do so below.
   Download the Code of Conduct Download   
   Download the Complaints Process Download   

NWT Staff and Trustees


Patron: Her Majesty the Queen
Vice Patron: Sir Timothy Colman KG
President: Bill Jordan

Hon Vice President: Michael Baker
Hon Vice President: Mary Dorling
Hon Vice President: Martin Shaw
Hon Vice President: John Snape
Hon Vice President: Angela Turner

Ambassadors: Dr Ben Garrod and Dr Jess French

Members of Council as at 3 November 2017
Chair: David Thompson
Vice-Chair: Jeff Price
Treasurer: Jon Humphreys

Greg Beeton
Garth Inman
Alice Liddle
Philip Norton
Geoff Randall
Ann Roberts
Sue Roe
John Sharpe
Mike Toms
Heather Tyrrell

 
Members of Staff as at 4 June 2018

CHIEF EXECUTIVE’S OFFICE

Chief Executive and Company Secretary: Pamela Abbott
Executive Officer: Marion Riches
HR Manager: Kate Martin
Administrator to the Chief Executive's Office: Wendy Halsey
Cley Project Manager: Ian Leatherbarrow
 

DEVELOPMENT

Head of Development: Nik Khandpur

PR & Communications Manager: Rebecca Worsfold
Graphic Designer: Hannah Moulton
Online Communications Officer: Michelle Reeve

Senior Grants Officer: Kate Aldridge
Fundraising & Legacy Officer: Jane Ryan
Fundraising Officer: Jane Warren
Fundraising Assistant: Martin Parker

Membership Officer: Lucy Denman
Membership Development Officer: James Hogg


NATURE RESERVES & LAND MANAGEMENT

Head of Nature Reserves: John Milton
Head of Nature Reserves: Kevin Hart
Senior Reserves Officer: Debs Kershaw
Administration Assistant (Reserves): Claire Brooks
Grazing Manager: David Tallentire
Shepherd: Corinne Lehmann

Reserves Officer (Broads & Coast): Kirsty Bailey
Warden Cley & Salthouse Marshes: George Baldock
Warden Cley & Salthouse Marshes: Bernard Bishop
Reserves Manager Broads North: John Blackburn
Senior Reserves Assistant Broads North: Jon Wheeler
Hickling Broad Apprentice: Isaac Lester
Reserves Manager Broads South: Adam Pimble
Assistant Reserves Manager Broads South: Bob Morgan
Reserves Assistant Broads South: Mark Amiss
Reserves Assistant Broads South: Gary Williams

Reserves Manager West Norfolk: Bill Boyd
Assistant Reserves Manager West Norfolk: Anne Simpson
West Norfolk Reserves Assistant Warden: Nicolas Vilela
Estate Worker West Norfolk: Stephen Rowland

Warden Holme Dunes: Gary Hibberd
Holme Dunes Apprentice: Robert Smith

Reserves Manager Woods and Heaths: Steve Collin
Senior Reserves Assistant: Daniel Maidstone
Machinery Specialist: Paul Lambert

Reserves Manager Breckland: Jonathan Preston
Assistant Reserves Manager Breckland: Joe Hanks
Brecks Heathland Project Officer: Andy Palles-Clark

 

PEOPLE & WILDLIFE

Head of People and Wildlife: David North
Senior Conservation Officer: John Hiskett
Conservation Officer: Helen Baczkowska
Conservation Officer: Sam Brown
Conservation Officer: Aaron Brown
Conservation Officer: Emily Nobbs
Senior Education Officer: Annabel Hill
Cley Community Education Officer: David Fieldhouse
Project Officer: Gemma Walker
Project Officer: Mark Webster
Volunteer Coordinator: Alan Marchbank
Interpretation Officer: Chris Hood


FINANCE & SUPPORT SERVICES

Head of Finance & Support Services: Colin Ford
Finance Officer: Gill Fisher
Finance Assistant: Kimara Farrow
Administrative Assistant: Jean Petit
Administrative Assistant: Jill Dawber
IT Manager: Mike Hudd
IT Assistant: Chris Hunt
Support Services Officer: Sheila Weller
Receptionist (Mon): Sarah Carey
Receptionist (Tues-Fri) Teresa Le Compte


Norfolk Wildlife Enterprises & Visitor Centres

Visitor Centre and Sales Manager: Nick Morrit
Sales Officer: Amy Cartwright
Cley Visitor Centre Manager: Ewan Carr
Cley and Holme Dunes Catering Manager: Janine Shea
Cley Senior Visitor Reception Assistant: Gary Mills
Cley Senior Catering Assistant: Silvia Combe
Cley Visitor Reception Assistant: Beverley Whiley
Cley Catering Assistant: Abi Woodruff

Download the Annual Reports

   Annual Report 2016 / 17 Download   
   Annual Report and Financial Statements 2016/17 - Annual Report and Financial Statements for year ended 31 March 2017 Download   
Show more +

Latest News from Norfolk Wildlife Trust

2018-06-30 National nature challenge brea National nature challenge breaks record
Saturday 30 June, 2018
This year’s 30 Days Wild is a record breaker. The challenge, which ends today, saw more participants than ever ...
2018-06-27 Summer Spirit as Cley calls to Summer Spirit as Cley calls to art and nature lovers
Wednesday 27 June, 2018
Just five weeks until our long summer weekend of wildlife and creativity at Cley! Thursday 2nd till Sunday 5th August...
2018-06-25 Broads’ projects get more than Broads’ projects get more than £10,000 to keep the National Park special
Monday 25 June, 2018
Norfolk Wildlife Trust has received £1,200 for buoyancy aids and education resources for children to experience...
2018-06-22 Go Go Sydney Long Ears Go Go Sydney Long Ears
Friday 22 June, 2018
Sydney Long Ears – Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s beautiful GoGoHares sculpture named in memory of the Trust&rs...
2018-06-19 It’s in the bag for wildlife t It’s in the bag for wildlife thanks to local shoppers
Tuesday 19 June, 2018
Thanks to local shoppers, two Norfolk Wildlife Trust projects have received the maximum funding from the Tesco Bags o...
2018-06-08 Battle to protect wildlife at Battle to protect wildlife at sea receives boost today
Friday 08 June, 2018
Norfolk Wildlife Trust welcomes possibility of 41 new Marine Conservation Zones Today the government has launched a ...
2018-06-01 Summer garden wildlife survey Summer garden wildlife survey to help protect species in Norfolk
Friday 01 June, 2018
Norfolk Wildlife Trust launches a new wildlife spotter survey to record sightings in gardens of hedgehogs, peacock bu...
2018-05-30 50,000 people – and rising – s 50,000 people – and rising – sign up to go wild in June
Wednesday 30 May, 2018
As well-known names back national nature challenge 30 Days Wild Naturalists, TV presenters and authors are backin...
2018-05-22 Wildlife in Common Wildlife in Common
Tuesday 22 May, 2018
A two year project celebrating Norfolk’s commons and their wildlife and heritage has begun,  run by Norfol...
2018-05-01 Jess French joins Norfolk Wild Jess French joins Norfolk Wildlife Trust as Children’s Ambassador
Tuesday 01 May, 2018
Our new Sure Start project will engage with children and families at the very start of their lives, giving them hands...
2018-04-27 County Wildlife Sites threaten County Wildlife Sites threatened by government planning changes
Friday 27 April, 2018
From ancient woodlands and flower meadows to wildlife oases in our towns and cities, there are thousands of quiet, of...
2018-04-25 Nigel and Joshua’s Lad join th Nigel and Joshua’s Lad join the grazing ponies on local wildlife site
Wednesday 25 April, 2018
Two Dartmoor Ponies are settling in to their new home at Litcham Common in West Norfolk, where they will graze the he...