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  • A 30 Days Wild thank you

    Monday 24th July, 2017

    Many thanks to the Manor School Sports College Northamptonshire who embraced 30 Days Wild and raised funds for the Trust

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  • New horizons at Nene Wetlands

    Friday 30th June, 2017

    Rushden Lakes Visitor Centre by Caroline Fitton

    The Trust's first ever visitor centre opens at Rushden Lakes on Saturday 29 July, heralding the gateway to Nene Wetlands

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  • Great Fen nominated for National Lottery Award - vote now!

    Thursday 29th June, 2017

    Woodwalton Fen NNR, part of the Great Fen - Sam Tucker

    Vote for the Great Fen in this year's National Lottery Awards

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  • Restoration at Dogsthorpe Star Pit

    Wednesday 21st June, 2017

    The Anglian Water Flourishing Environment Fund has enabled habitat mangement at a nature reserve near Peterborough

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  • Denton Wood

    Wednesday 7th June, 2017

    The Wildlife Trust are concerned about felling by the Forestry Commission at Denton Wood, Northamptonshire, at a sensitive time of year

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  • A14 - impact on the environment

    Friday 26th May, 2017

    Work is underway on the new route of the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon.

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  • Scrubbing up well . . .

    Wednesday 24th May, 2017

    Meadow by Matt Johnson

    A generous grant from Biffa Award has helped to restore more than a dozen chalk grassland Local Wildlife Sites to great condition across our three counties

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  • Billionaire Boy comes to Trumpington

    Friday 19th May, 2017

    Fans of David Walliams will be excited to learn that Trumpington Meadows in Cambridge will play host to one of his best-loved books.

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  • Resounding Spring Success

    Friday 5th May, 2017

    Spring Common Academy students with mayor Peter Morgan, by Caroline Fitton

    Students of Spring Common Academy unveil a new bird viewing fence at Godmanchester nature reserve

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  • Our local nature reserves on display at The Priest's House

    Friday 5th May, 2017

    The Priest’s House at Easton on the Hill, one of the National Trust’s smallest properties, is this summer housing an exhibition about the work of the Wildlife Trusts entitled 'Our Local Nature Reserves'.

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