Train operator TransPennine Express (TPE) is to donate £5,000 to Gosling Sike
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Three young people from Carlisle have been presented with John Muir Awards in recognition of their hard work towards helping nature and wildlife
Two new bird hides have been installed at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve, giving visitors a great viewing point to see an array of woodland birds, as well as our popular summer visitors, two…
Volunteers have played an incredible role in ongoing conservation work at Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s Eycott Hill Nature Reserve near Penrith. During 2018 a team of dedicated volunteers gave more…
Swifts are to be offered more nesting sites when the K Village site in Kendal is redeveloped, following approaches from local conservationists to the developer, Lou Kendal Limited.
The Daffodil Hotel and Spa in Grasmere pledges its support for wildlife as a corporate member of Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Students from the University of Cumbria help plant wildflowers in the Eden Valley
Cedar Manor Hotel in Windermere has become a corporate member of Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Whilst welcoming the review’s recommendations for a changed emphasis in the government’s strategy for eradicating bovine tuberculosis (bTB), The Wildlife Trusts are extremely concerned that it…
Report shows that red squirrels numbers across the north of England are stable