Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) will be supporting a campaign to review the protection for environmentally important grasslands across the UK, which includes one of Dorset’s few remaining large areas of grassland.
Following the announcement made by MP Owen Paterson, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is pleased that the Government’s badger culling policy is not currently being rolled out to further areas in the UK, including Dorset.
As spring changes the sights and sounds of Dorset’s landscape, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is delighted to host the 16th Walk for Wildlife on Sunday 13th April 2014.
Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT) Kingcombe Meadows nature reserve has been used as inspiration for the art exhibition ‘Approaches to Kingcombe’, which is being displayed by local artists as part of the Dorset AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) ‘Drawing Inspiration Project’.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has some egg-citing events for children to get their teeth into this Easter with a jam-packed programme of wildlife-themed activities for all ages at our Lorton, Kingcombe, Chesil and Kimmeridge visitor centres in Dorset.
The Kingcombe Education Centre, which sits on the beautifully unspoilt Dorset Wildlife Trust nature reserve in Toller Porcorum, Dorset, has added Painting Summer Plants in Watercolour to its line-up of residential and day courses for 2014.
Wildlife urgently need space in the gardens of Dorset and the launch of Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT) Wildlife Friendly Gardening Competition aims to recognise those who make a contribution to wildlife in even the smallest of gardens.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is delighted to launch the new red squirrel membership campaign, complete with illustrations and words by Rachel Bright, creator of the multimillion- selling gift and card brand, ‘The Bright Side’.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) hopes that the first step to changing Government policy on badger culling has been taken, as a debate in the House of Commons saw 219 MPs vote in favour of the Government to drop culling, with only one who voted against it.
This Mother’s Day, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is offering a truly unique experience at the tranquil and relaxing Kingcombe Centre café, with a locally sourced two course roast dinner for £9.95 per person on Sunday 30th March.