Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trustsponsor the Corporate Social Responsibility award
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading conservation charity run by local people for the benefit of local wildlife. The Trust cares for 67 nature reserves and is part of a UK network of 47 local Wildlife Trusts working to promote and protect wildlife.
The Wildlife Trust serves as the first line of defence for wild species and habitats in the county and campaigns tirelessly for wildlife, protecting threatened habitats such as wildflower meadows and species such as otters and water voles. We influence local planning decisions and government policy that affect the future of wildlife and the quality of our environment. We also work to secure positive gains for wildlife by linking, extending and restoring important habitats.
Since 1963 we have been standing up for Nottinghamshire’s wildlife and representing the views of people who care passionately about our county’s wild places. We work to ensure that people of all ages can experience and enjoy wildlife on their doorstep wherever they live in the county, through access to our nature reserves, events and community engagement. Our aim is to inspire people about the wonders of the natural world so we can protect it for future generations.
Web Address: www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org
Tel: 0115 983 5595
Erin McDaid - email@example.com - 07734 573862 - 0115 958 8242
Rachel Rutherford - firstname.lastname@example.org - 0115 958 8242