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  • Half-term birthday activities a hit at Paxton Pits

    Thursday 23rd February, 2012

    Joseph and Nathan Corti dressing up as Charles Rothschild - Debbie McKenzie

    Nearly 100 people visited Paxton Pits during half-term last week to take part in The Wildlife Trust’s first celebrations of our centenary year.

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  • Young wildlife champions are winners

    Wednesday 1st February, 2012

    A group of young wildlife enthusiasts who regularly celebrate the natural environment through wild camping, pond dipping and bug counting has won the Wildlife Watch Group of the Year title, from The Wildlife Trusts.

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  • Wildlife Trust partnership with SITA Trust safeguards pastures for the future

    Friday 27th January, 2012

    This month marks the end of Pastures New, a two-year project to improve the management and condition of wildflower grassland on five Bedfordshire nature reserves.

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  • Poster competition for Northamptonshire schools in conjunction with CPRE!

    Thursday 26th January, 2012

    The Wildlife Trust is encouraging all primary schools in Northamptonshire to take part in a poster competition to raise awareness of the effects of littering on wildlife and our natural environment.

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  • Wildlife Trust celebrates outdoor learning boost

    Wednesday 11th January, 2012

    The Wildlife Trust has received a grant from a Bedford charity for more than £20,000 to give local children a different way of learning to boost confidence and help them overcome behavioural and communication difficulties.

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  • Wildlife Trust helps rare moon carrot

    Wednesday 11th January, 2012

    A project to help rare plants and wildlife in Cherry Hinton’s East Pit Nature Reserve has been a success and contributed to meeting national targets to enrich nature.

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  • High speed rail route threatens Northamptonshire's last known population of nationally scarce small blue butterfly

    Tuesday 10th January, 2012

    The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire today express disappointment as the first phase of High Speed 2 (HS2) is given the go-ahead by the Transport Secretary.

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