NWT Holme Dunes, photo by Richard Osbourne 1/4
Water vole 2/4
NWT Hickling Broad, photo by Richard Osbourne 3/4
Kingfisher 4/4

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As a local charity committed to saving Norfolk’s wildlife, we rely on support.  

Every donation you make helps us ensure Norfolk’s habitats, flora and fauna are protected today and for future generations to enjoy. There are so many ways to help us so please consider how you can make a difference. Become a member, donate, leave a legacy, sponsor us, or 'do it yourself' and raise funds in your community. Every penny is vital to sustaining our work.

Charitable Trusts and grant giving bodies support NWT activity through valuable regular contributions towards core activities and in our efforts to secure strategically important areas of land.

Thank you for helping us today and saving Norfolk’s wildlife.

Pamela Abbott, Chief Executive, Norfolk Wildlife Trust









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Latest News

2020-04-08 New guide encourages us all to New guide encourages us all to take urgent action for insects
Wednesday 08 April, 2020
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is launching a new practical pack, Your Guide to Taking Action for Insects, which will help ev...
2020-04-03 Pay and display machines to be Pay and display machines to be installed at Cley Marshes
Friday 03 April, 2020
Car park charges for some visitors will be introduced at Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley and Salthouse Marshes, t...
2020-04-02 Tune in to wildlife during tou Tune in to wildlife during tough times
Thursday 02 April, 2020
Discover wonderful online nature activities and tune in to wildlife at home this spring – new activities from N...
2020-03-22 Coronavirus and Norfolk Wildli Coronavirus and Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Sunday 22 March, 2020
​​Update: Thursday 9 April The NWT office is currently closed to the public.  If you wish to speak to a member ...
2020-03-12 Grow a secret garden for butte Grow a secret garden for butterflies!
Thursday 12 March, 2020
This year’s Wild About Gardens campaign, run jointly by The Wildlife Trusts and Royal Horticultural Society (RH...
2020-03-06 Council must seize opportuniti Council must seize opportunities for the environment
Friday 06 March, 2020
Norfolk Wildlife Trust will ask the Greater Norwich planning team to follow the lead of other Councils and set strong...
2020-03-05 Government gives badgers a rep Government gives badgers a reprieve
Thursday 05 March, 2020
Today the Government set out the next phase of their strategy to combat bovine tuberculosis. The Wildlife Trusts &nda...
2020-02-28 Celebrating 25 years of clean Celebrating 25 years of clean clear water
Friday 28 February, 2020
A reed cutting day, country crafts and bat and moth evenings on boats are just some of the celebration events planned...
2020-02-11 HS2 decision will destroy prec HS2 decision will destroy precious wild places
Tuesday 11 February, 2020
Today the Government gave the green light to the High Speed 2 rail project, without acknowledging the devastating imp...

Upcoming events

Nature and Norfolk Landscapes CANCELLED
Wed 01 Apr, 2020 - Tue 14 Apr 2020
Really Wild Easter CANCELLED
Thu 02 Apr, 2020 - Sun 19 Apr 2020
Easter Egg-venture Trail - Hickling Broad CANCELLED
Fri 10 Apr, 2020 - Mon 13 Apr 2020
Easter Egg-venture Trail - Ranworth Broad CANCELLED
Fri 10 Apr, 2020 - Mon 13 Apr 2020
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