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

Support us

Norfolk Wildlife Trust has been protecting Norfolks’ wildlife for close to 100 years, but we can only continue to do so with your support.
 

Our goal is to create a Wilder Norfolk, enabling meaningful connections for people and nature. To do this we aim to create more space for nature to thrive – in the countryside, within our towns and cities, in our gardens.

You can help by making a donation, raising funds through community events or personal challenges, or by leaving a legacy. Every donation you make helps us ensure Norfolk nature is abundant, thriving, and valued, for future generations to enjoy.

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

Eliot Lyne, Chief Executive, Norfolk Wildlife Trust








 
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Latest News

2024-04-10 We've sent a letter to the DEF We've sent a letter to the DEFRA Secretary of State to counter an “ill-advised attack” on Natural England
Wednesday 10 April, 2024
We have today sent a letter to the Rt Hon Steve Barclay MP, DEFRA Secretary of State.  The correspondence calls...
2024-02-19 Cromer goats join NWT! Cromer goats join NWT!
Monday 19 February, 2024
Twelve rare breed goats are settling into their new life with Norfolk Wildlife Trust after retiring from their conser...
2024-02-09 High-tech cows aid nature cons High-tech cows aid nature conservation at NWT Sweet Briar Marshes
Friday 09 February, 2024
Six rare breed cattle, sporting the latest in grazing technology, have been released at Norfolk Wildlife Trust's ...
2024-02-08 NWT Cley Marshes to host Rober NWT Cley Marshes to host Robert Gillmor retrospective
Thursday 08 February, 2024
Norfolk Wildlife Trust will host a retrospective exhibition of the work of renowned wildlife artist, Robert Gillmor, ...
2024-02-07 Announcing an exciting partner Announcing an exciting partnership with Norfolk & Norwich Festival
Wednesday 07 February, 2024
We are thrilled to announce an inspiring new place-based partnership with Norfolk & Norwich Festival. Nature Conn...
2024-02-02 Population of UK’s tallest bir Population of UK’s tallest bird hits record-breaking high
Friday 02 February, 2024
Survey results show 2023 was another successful year for the Common Crane, with a record 80 pairs confirmed in the UK...
2024-02-01 National Lottery Heritage Fund National Lottery Heritage Funding to support our new 'Building Foundations for the Future' project
Thursday 01 February, 2024
We are delighted to announce that we have been granted an incredible £241,642 from The National Lottery He...
2024-01-19 UK Government authorises use o UK Government authorises use of bee-killing pesticide for sugar beet
Friday 19 January, 2024
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2024-01-04 £210,000 boost for west Norfol £210,000 boost for west Norfolk's wetland wildlife
Thursday 04 January, 2024
Norfolk Wildlife Trust opens the new year with an exciting new project making vital improvements to rare wildlife-ric...

Upcoming events

Louise Stebbing: Woods and waves
Wed 10 Apr, 2024 - Tue 23 Apr 2024
Lady of the Reeds - Emma Turner Exhibition
Fri 19 Apr, 2024 - Sun 19 May 2024
Thorpe Marshes Guided Walk
Tue 23 Apr, 2024
Walk with the warden
Tue 23 Apr, 2024
Susan Lambourne: How the land lies
Wed 24 Apr, 2024 - Tue 07 May 2024
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