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  • Connecting life with wildlife

      The Trust is working with the Melton Building Society to raise funds to protect wildlife for the future.  The Melton, which has branches in ...
  • Fundraisers out in force to launch Volunteer Training Centre

    Trust supporters have raised over £4,250 for the Wild Lives at Rutland Water Appeal by travelling a total of more than 2,000 miles in just ...
  • Get set, go for the 3,000 Mile Challenge

    Over 80 Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust staff, supporters and volunteers will attempt to collectively travel 3,000 miles on Saturday 11 October to raise funds ...
  • Open Day at The Brand, Woodhouse Eaves

    Our Charnwood Local Group is delighted that Colonel and Mrs Martin have agreed to hold an Open Day on Sunday 12th October at The Brand, ...
  • Watermead Country Park needs volunteers

    Is Watermead Country Park one of your favourite places in Leicestershire? And could you spare a few hours per month to share your enthusiasm with ...
  • IEPUK support Rutland Osprey Project's work

      The Rutland Osprey Project received a significant boost at its inaugural fundraising Osprey Ball thanks to a donation from Uppingham based training and education ...
  • Sign up for The 3,000 Mile Challenge

    The Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust is embarking on an exciting and ambitious project to build a new Volunteer Training Centre at Rutland Water. Contractors ...
  • Fruits of Nature at Aylestone Meadows

     Celebrate Nature’s Harvest at this free Family Fun Day at Aylestone Meadows on Saturday September 20. From 12.30pm to 4.30pm there will be lots of ...
  • Wild About Gardens Week

    As part of Wild About Gardens Week (September 15-21) - an annual celebration of wildlife gardening -  The Wildlife Trusts  (TWT) and the Royal Horticultural ...
  • Stop your bird feeders becoming virus breeders

    Avian Pox has been confirmed in Leicestershire after a dunnock was identified as suffering from a severe case in a Cropston garden.   A skin ...
  • Silver-washed fritillary returns to the Big Wood

    Trust Conservation Officer Andy Lear recently recorded a Silver-washed fritillary at Launde Big Wood, a significant indication that this species may be re-colonising its former ...
  • Come and enjoy all the fun of the Birdfair!

    Birdfair is simply the place to be to find out the latest in the world of wildlife and just gets better and better! So, why ...
  • Your Wild Summer

    The summer holidays are the perfect time to start your family on a voyage of nature discovery. Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust is joining with ...

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