The Countryside of Staffordshire
Discover the countryside of Staffordshire on your doorstep or on holiday
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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.
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Volunteers needed to help monitor willow tits across Staffordshire
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is asking people to join the National Willow Tit Survey to help monitor numbers of willow tit in the county.
HS2 – new report reveals exorbitant cost to nature
A new report published by The Wildlife Trusts today reveals, for the first time, the vast scale of the destruction and impact that HS2 will cause to nature. ‘What’s the damage? Why HS2 will cost nature too much’ is the most comprehensive assessment of the environmental damage that HS2 will cause. It assesses the broad range of impacts across all phases of […]
Learn more about your digital camera at Wolseley Centre photography courses
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is giving people the chance to learn more about their digital camera after organising three photography courses.
Trust backs calls for introduction of a Natural History GCSE
The county’s largest nature conservation charity is backing calls for a Natural History GCSE to be introduced to help youngsters reconnect with wildlife.
Staffordshire housebuilder helps centre in need
A local housebuilder has donated vital funds to Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s brand new Learning Hub at its Wolseley Centre headquarters.
Fish populations and wildlife habitats can thrive after planning permission was granted to create a new river channel by the site of the old Victoria Ground.
Fish populations and wildlife habitats can thrive after planning permission was granted to create a new river channel by the site of the old Victoria Ground, the former home of Stoke City Football Club.
Trust to launch ‘Tadpole Tales’ sessions at its Wolseley HQ
The county’s largest nature conservation charity is launching new ‘Tadpole Tales’ sessions to give youngsters the chance to immerse themselves in popular children’s books through interactive outdoor storytelling.
Trust calls on next Government to introduce an Agriculture Bill
The county’s largest nature conservation charity is calling on the next Government to introduce an Agriculture Bill to help create a connected landscape and to enable farmers to have a better, more secure and certain future.
Trust says ‘thank you’ for Gun Moor donations
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is saying a big ‘thank you’ to all those who have donated to its appeal to purchase a precious habitat near Leek.
Cannock Chase AONB – Gentleshaw Common Into the Future
Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership have been awarded a grant of £192,291 over 6 years by National Grid’s Landscape Enhancement Initiative* to be delivered at Gentleshaw Common. The grant is provided to help to reduce the landscape and visual impact of existing electricity pylons and overhead lines in protected landscapes. The pylons […]
Opportunity to Tender: River Restoration Project
As part of the ERDF SUNRISE Project (funded by the European Regional Development Fund) Staffordshire Wildlife Trust are seeking experienced river restoration contractors to tender for a works contract to undertake a river restoration scheme realigning approx 400m of the river Trent, on the Leek Road Campus of Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
Trust urges candidates to make a stand for nature
Staffordshire’s largest nature conservation charity is asking candidates in this December’s General Election to support an ambitious Environment Act and make a stand for nature.