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Prize draw of NWT 250 Club

Prize draw of NWT 250 Club

News - Monday 12 April, 2021

First 40th anniversary draw  The February 2021 Draw of the 250 Club was held remotely on 26 February, and 118 prizes were drawn, comprising the five top prizes, and 113 £30 wins.25% of prizes were won by ticket holders who hold a single ticket in the Draw, with the remaining 75% won by those who have two or more tickets. nine of…
Covid update - roadmap to reopening

Covid update - roadmap to reopening

News - Monday 12 April, 2021

In light of the Government’s ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown, Norfolk Wildlife Trust has reopened its visitor centres today with the same Covid measures in place as last year. The Trust is providing takeaway refreshments and…
Help hedgehogs this spring

Help hedgehogs this spring

Article - by Helen Baczkowska

Hedgehogs are Britain’s most easily identified mammal: the only one with a thick coat…

Death of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh

Death of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh

News - Friday 09 April, 2021

NWT is saddened to hear of the death of HRH Prince Philip, husband of our Patron Her Majesty…

Almost £8 million raised for The Wildlife Trusts’ nature recovery plans

Almost £8 million raised for The Wildlife Trusts’ nature recovery plans

News - Wednesday 07 April, 2021

The Wildlife Trusts have raised almost £8 million just six months after launching…
Take the lead

Take the lead

Wednesday 24 March, 2021

This spring we have got together some of our favourite dog friends to explain how - together - we can keep dogs and wildlife safe on nature reserves and in the countryside this spring. Please watch our new film and read our article Take the Lead by Norfolk Wildlife Trust Ambassador Nick Acheson. {^youtubevideo|(width)640|(height)385…


Ode to Spring

Ode to Spring

by Robert Morgan

After enduring a world war and suffering one of the hardest winters of the 20th century, 1947 delivered to a weary population a very special spring: warm, peaceful and full of hope. It was said that one could hear a deep collective sigh at the smell of the…


Bishop's Garden March Update: A Haven for Birds

Bishop's Garden March Update: A Haven for Birds

Thursday 01 April, 2021 - by Barry Madden

In the first update on our Bishop's House Garden Wildlife Audit project, Volunteer Surveyor Barry Madden takes us on a tour of the garden and shares the results of the first bird survey. A fresh, bright mid-March day finds us absorbing the delights of the Bishop's Garden, nestled in the heart of Norwich. With the impressive…

Meet our Diversity Intern

Meet our Diversity Intern

Thursday 25 March, 2021 - by Meg Watts

NWT's Communications Intern: Diversity, Meg Watts, explains why her role is so important and what her plans for the year are. A paid internship is an exciting prospect for any university student, but I’m delighted to join the team…
Growing Wild in the City

Growing Wild in the City

Thursday 11 March, 2021 - by Sam Garland

Norfolk Wildlife Trust has struck up an exciting partnership with the Bishop's House Garden, in an attempt to create a haven for wildlife in the centre of Norwich. Head Gardener, Sam Garland, explains why he's keen to increase the…
International Women's Day 2021: Women in conservation

International Women's Day 2021: Women in conservation

Monday 08 March, 2021 - by Meg Watts

Today is a day of celebration and recognition for women across the world, but we’re taking a moment to spotlight some of the wonderful women working in Norfolk Wildlife Trust. Over the past week, I’ve interviewed five such women…