2012 News Archive and Older
Orchids, butterflies, birds and stunning views what more could you ask for on a summer walk?
Dorset Wildlife Trust has launched a new circular self guided walk over some of the most beautiful and rare habitat in Britain.
National Marine Weeks start on 28th July and Dorset Wildlife Trust is celebrating with sea life themed shenanigans for all the family to enjoy.
Everyone is invited to the open day of the newly rebuilt Fine Foundation Chesil Beach Centre on Saturday, July 21 from 12 noon 4.30 pm.
You can now join our NEW MCZ Friends group to champion the designation of Studland Bay as a Marine Conservation Zone and ensure it becomes one of a network of MCZs being created around England and Wales.
On Tuesday, July 24, we will be running an introductory session for new volunteers from 6 to 7.30pm, including a tour of the building and a talk about the Fleet nature reserve.
Chesil Centre Open day July 21st 12 4.30 pm
There will be an afternoon of celebration with music, food and fun, including a host of free, family activities such as Under the Sea arts and crafts, treasure hunts and fossil digs.
Get ready to lace up your boots, strap on your shoes or slip on your wellies for Dorset Wildlife Trust’s annual Walk For Wildlife on September 23rd 2012.
What better way to enjoy summer than with a refreshing and tasty ice cream recipe!
With the Olympic torch carried past and the world’s attention on Weymouth and Portland this summer, Dorset’s Living Seas go on show with the opening of the Fine Foundation Chesil Beach Centre.
Dorset Wildlife Trust and Poole coffee house Little Red Roaster have joined forces to launch a range of ethically sourced coffee that will support local wildlife.