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Half term events prove to be a great success

Date Posted: 28th February 2014

Two family events run by Meres and Mosses, Shropshire Wildife Trust and the RSPB attracted over 100 people last week.
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Volunteers needed!

Date Posted: 18th February 2014

An exciting opportunity has arisen to volunteer as an event assistant.
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The Treehunter website now live

Date Posted: 13th February 2014

Visit the website to find out all about Rob Mcbride's tree hunting around the UK!
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Packed schedule of events planned at The Boathouse

Date Posted: 11th February 2014

Over 20 events will take place at The Boathouse in Ellesmere this year.
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WILD FUTURE FOR FORMER WAR TOWER

Date Posted: 6th February 2014

A World War Two RAF control tower will become a home for wildlife as part of a project to preserve the building.
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Tom Hayek - Programme Manager
T: 01743 284274
E: tomh@shropshirewildlifetrust.org.uk


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