Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is a local charity that protects and enhances wildlife and wild places in Staffordshire and engages with schools and local communities to reconnect people with the natural world.

The Trust owns 30 free-to-access nature reserves and two visitor / education centres.

All of their work takes place in Staffordshire. If you love Staffordshire, please support the Trust’s work.

How donations make an impact...

£5 will help buy a bird identification book for children to use.

£25 will buy tools for volunteers.

£100 will pay for a wildlife survey.

You might not know this…

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is the counties leading nature conservation charity with over 15,000 members.

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts that cover the UK. They were established in 1969.

All of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s nature reserves can be accessed free.

The Trust estimates that over 1 million visits take place on its nature reserves every year.

They own 27 nature reserves in the county including woodlands, grasslands, heathlands and wetlands.

The charity operates two education centres that are visited by over 7,500 children each year.

Other ways to support

The best way to support Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is by becoming a member. There are other fun ways to get involved such as attending an event or volunteering with the charity.

Address

The Wolseley Centre, Wolseley Bridge
Stafford
ST17 0WT

Contact Number

01889 880100