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Parks and Countryside
Countryside sites and walking routes at Cleveland & Redcar borough council.

Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
We manage 14 nature reserves which are freely available for the enjoyment of nature...

Cleveland Naturalists' Field Club
The club welcomes any prospective members to join our outings...

Cleveland Local Group - RSPB
RSPB local groups are a great way to meet friendly, like-minded people...

Cleveland Way - National Trail
109 mile countryside trail with dramatic coastline, heather moorland and more.

Outdoor Activities
Enjoy Redcar / Cleveland has a number of self guided walk and cycle routes.

Walks - Lets Go Tees Valley
Find out how to fit walking into your daily life and find useful maps and local routes...

Cleveland Ramblers
Groups help local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk...

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RSS News – Tees Valley Nature Partnership
  • TVNP send a letter from the chair to Tees Valley Mayor 7th July 2020
    The partnership recently wrote a letter to Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen on behalf of the 45 member groups on the future of the build back better strategy after feedback from the Tees Nature Conference last month. You can read the full letter here: https://tinyurl.com/y89huk2a
  • Questions from the Tees Nature Conference 2020 3rd July 2020
    There were a few questions from the ERIC workshop run by Fiona Greenwold that she did not have time to answer during the Tees Nature Conference Friday 19th of June. The questions from the workshop and answers provided by Fiona are below.   1. How can you identify animal poo? The best way to learn isContinue […]
  • New TVNP Community Grant supports local communities to connect to nature 1st May 2020
    Great News Tees Valley Nature Partnership’s first-ever grant round was a huge success, awarding over £12,000 to local projects involving After lock-down delays, the grant panel met virtually and had a difficult task ahead of them, with so many high-quality applications to look through. Following a day of thought, debate, and deliberation they were ableContinue […]
  • New Exciting Volunteering Opportunity 19th November 2019
    Do you want to help make a difference to volunteer organisations and local groups in the Tees Valley area? Tees Valley Nature Partnership are looking for two volunteers from the community to be a part of our grants panel. We want people who are passionate about the natural world and the environment, have knowledge ofContinue […]
  • UK Environment Bill Published 16th October 2019
    Introduced in the House of Commons on 15/10/19(Bill3) There is a clear and urgent scientific case and growing public demand for acting decisively to address biodiversity loss and climate change. The Environment Bill is a central part in the government delivering a step-change in environmental protection and recovery. It will also support recent legislation toContinue […]
RSS Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
  • New report calls for ambitious pesticide reduction target 8th July 2020
    Nation of insect champions needed to reverse insect decline Today The Wildlife Trusts publish a new report ‘Reversing the decline of insects’ which shows how people, in every part of society, wherever they live, can take action to bring back insects. Everyone, everywhere, is being asked to become an insect champion. The report cites examples […]
  • Getting wilder by the year 1st June 2020
    Discover how our 30 Days Wild challenge can breathe new life into your relationship with nature. 30 Days Wild is back for another year! The Wildlife Trusts’ annual nature challenge; one random wild act a day, for a whole month, kicking off on the 1st of June. The last five years of 30 Days Wild […]
  • Dare to be wild! New review says get long-lasting feel-good factor from 30 Days Wild 21st May 2020
    The Wildlife Trusts and University of Derby evaluate the benefits of daily nature contact with 1,000 people over five years The feel-good factor from simple daily contact with nature can last for months, once initiated, according to a new review from The Wildlife Trusts. The review is based on surveys completed by people taking part […]
  • Beavers Build Back Better – but their future is not secure 15th May 2020
    The Wildlife Trusts have pioneered the reintroduction of beavers to Britain ever since Kent Wildlife Trust released these industrious creatures into a fenced area of fenland in 2001. Then followed the Scottish Beaver Trial, which saw the first ever reintroduction of a native extinct mammal to the British Isles since they were hunted to extinction […]
  • A Resilient Economy, Healthy Communities and the Natural World 13th May 2020
    Dear Prime Minister, Re: A Resilient Economy, Healthy Communities and the Natural World It is now clearer than ever before that the health of humanity is inextricably bound to the health of our planet. Your government has the opportunity to show global leadership, forging a path out of this crisis by putting a resilient economy, […]
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