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

2021-04-20 Car parking booking system int Car parking booking system introduced for NWT Holme Dunes 
Tuesday 20 April, 2021
Norfolk Wildlife Trust will begin trialling an online booking system for its car park at NWT Holme Dunes on the north...
2021-04-14 Unique purple sea sponge named Unique purple sea sponge named by local child after a decade spent nameless
Wednesday 14 April, 2021
A mysterious type of purple sponge was discovered 10 years ago during a survey funded by The Wildlife Trusts (in...
2021-04-12 Prize draw of NWT 250 Club Prize draw of NWT 250 Club
Monday 12 April, 2021
First 40th anniversary draw  The February 2021 Draw of the 250 Club was held remotely on 26 February, and 118 p...
2021-04-12 Covid update - roadmap to reop Covid update - roadmap to reopening
Monday 12 April, 2021
In light of the Government’s ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown, Norfolk Wildlife Trust has reopened its vis...
2021-04-09 Death of HRH the Duke of Edinb Death of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh
Friday 09 April, 2021
NWT is saddened to hear of the death of HRH Prince Philip, husband of our Patron Her Majesty the Queen. We are keepin...
2021-04-07 Almost £8 million raised for T Almost £8 million raised for The Wildlife Trusts’ nature recovery plans
Wednesday 07 April, 2021
The Wildlife Trusts have raised almost £8 million just six months after launching their 30 by 30 ambition to ki...
2021-03-24 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 ...
2021-03-06 NWT seeking public support for NWT seeking public support for appeal on its 95th anniversary 
Saturday 06 March, 2021
On the 95th anniversary of the purchase of our first nature reserve, Cley Marshes, Norfolk Wildlife Trust is seeking ...
2021-03-01 Covid update - roadmap to reop Covid update - roadmap to reopening
Monday 01 March, 2021
In light of the Government’s ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown, Norfolk Wildlife Trust will reopen its visi...

Upcoming events

Blakeney Chinese Brush Painting
Wed 12 May, 2021 - Tue 25 May 2021
Circuit of Cley
Thu 20 May, 2021
Birds of Hickling walk
Thu 20 May, 2021
Shifting Lines - Mona Arshi
Fri 21 May, 2021 - Mon 28 Jun 2021
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