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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

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

Hon Vice Presidents:
Michael Baker
Mary Dorling
Garth Inman
Martin Shaw
John Snape
Angela Turner

Ambassador:  Dr Jess French
Wildlife Evangelist: Nick Acheson

Telephone: 01603 625540. Our office is currently closed because of the coronavirus emergency. If you need to speak to us please call between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays).

Please note: If you see any livestock (sheep, cattle or ponies) on our reserves in difficulty or distress please contact our Grazing Manager on 07769 710369. If you see any wildlife in difficulty please contact the RSPCA on 0300 123 0709.

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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.

Latest News from Norfolk Wildlife Trust

2020-07-01 Visitor Centres Update Visitor Centres Update
Wednesday 01 July, 2020
Thank you so much for your support and patience during these difficult times. As Government restrictions continue to...
2020-06-18 Inspired by the wild Inspired by the wild
Thursday 18 June, 2020
Nature-loving celebs in sparkling line-up for The Wildlife Trusts’ Big Wild Weekend 19-21 June! Enjoy all the ...
2020-06-08 World Oceans Day call for High World Oceans Day call for Highly Protected Marine Areas 
Monday 08 June, 2020
The Wildlife Trusts call for an ambitious delivery plan for Highly Protected Marine Areas within a year, backing reco...
2020-06-05 Check before you come to the N Check before you come to the Norfolk Coast
Friday 05 June, 2020
Organisations along the Norfolk Coast are working hard to make the area of outstanding natural beauty safe for visito...
2020-06-01 Summer survey to spot insects Summer survey to spot insects
Monday 01 June, 2020
Can you spot the messenger of good tidings, the creature of habit and the gardener’s helpful bumblebee this sum...
2020-05-21 New review shows the benefits New review shows the benefits of daily nature contact as 30 Days Wild draws close
Thursday 21 May, 2020
The feel-good factor from simple daily contact with nature can last for months, once initiated, according to a new re...
2020-05-18 NWT reaction to conditional su NWT reaction to conditional support for Western Link road
Monday 18 May, 2020
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is dismayed to learn that central government support has been given to the Western Link road f...
2020-05-13 Coronavirus Update Coronavirus Update
Wednesday 13 May, 2020
Update Friday 19 June and Friday 26 JuneThe beach car park at Cley Marshes is now open. The visitor centre, toilets a...
2020-05-12 Future storytelling technology Future storytelling technology inspired by our oldest nature reserve
Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Leading writers and creative technologists are working with key organisations in Norfolk, including Norfolk Wildlife ...
2020-04-24 Hop to it – will you take up t Hop to it – will you take up the 2.6 wildlife challenge?
Friday 24 April, 2020
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is asking the county’s nature lovers to join in the national 2.6 Challenge and raise mon...
2020-04-23 Rare Norfolk birds the focus o Rare Norfolk birds the focus of up close nest cam 
Thursday 23 April, 2020
Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s solar powered nest cam at NWT Weeting Heath is capturing live footage of a nesting pai...
2020-04-15 Countdown starts to the UK’s b Countdown starts to the UK’s biggest nature challenge
Wednesday 15 April, 2020
The Wildlife Trusts’ are counting down to the start of this year’s 30 Days Wild: June’s national na...