The Countryside of Staffordshire
Discover the countryside of Staffordshire on your doorstep or on holiday
Hand Picked & Reviewed
A few medium to large self-catering properties including the stunningly beautiful Rudyard Lake Cabin on the edge of The Peak District, the Walnut House in the heart of the countryside and a 16 bedroom luxury lodge set on a 1700 acre estate with nature on your doorstep.
“Act of betrayal” over work to remove soils from ancient woodland
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust says it is an “act of betrayal” that work to remove soils from an ancient woodland in the county at a devastating time of the year for wildlife is set to take place.
Charity encouraging people to get daily dose of nature at home
The county’s largest nature conservation charity is encouraging people to stay at home to get their daily dose of wildlife while the country remains in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Trust invites people to become citizen scientists in wake of Coronavirus pandemic
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is inviting people to become citizen scientists and help monitor wildlife numbers where they live in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Local Groups - events/meetings cancelled due to Coronavirus
As a result of the coronavirus and Government advice, a number of our Local Group events have been cancelled or postponed. Find out more below
Grow a secret garden for butterflies!
This year’s Wild About Gardens campaign, run jointly by The Wildlife Trusts and Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), is calling on gardeners to get growing to help the UK’s falling numbers of butterflies and moths.
Collaborative working will help support river habitat projects in Upper Sow catchment area
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust isdelighted to have received funding from Natural England to facilitate a five-yearwater and environment improvement project with landowners in the Upper Sowcatchment area.
Trust "extremely pleased" after announcement badger cull is to be phased out
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust says it is extremely pleased following the Government’s announcement that badger culling to tackle the spread of bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in livestock is to be phased out.
Trust to help raise awareness of environment and social sustainability issues
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust are to attend two festivals designed at raising awareness of environmental and social sustainability issues.
The Wolseley Centre due to stage popular outdoor theatre performances
Families are being invited to experience tales ofpirates, treasure, love and mayhem at two popular outdoor theatre productionsin the beautiful surroundings of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Wolseley Centreheadquarters.
Trust to raise money for vital landscapes through ‘Live for Wildlife’ initiative
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is set to tap into a new type of fundraising to raise money for threatened habitats across the county.
Trust says thank you for Gun Moor appeal donations
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is saying thank you to all those who have donated to its appeal to buy a precious habitat near Leek.
Trust to open new charity shop in Codsall
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is excited to announce it is set to open its new charity shop in Codsall.