Join Devon Wildlife Trust and discover the wonderful wildlife at the charities headquarters, Cricklepit Mill. Often described as an ‘urban oasis’ in the heart of the city, DWT want to invite the public to explore their RHS award-winning wildlife garden.
DWT’s garden group volunteers will be on hand to offer garden tours and give helpful advice on how to turn your garden into a wildlife haven. Children can enjoy nature trails, bug hunting and wild crafts in the garden. DWT will also be selling wildlife friendly plants for you to take home and add to your garden. Refreshments will...
This June, it’s all about nature - for everybody, everywhere, every day with Devon Wildlife Trust’s annual 30 Days Wild challenge.
People in Devon are being encouraged to enjoy the nature on their doorstep and spend a few minutes or a few hours each day enjoying nature for 30 days.
Kick start 30 Days Wild with Devon Wildlife Trust at Mincinglake Valley park.
Join DWT for a variety of fun activities, crafts and walks to help you explore one of Exeter’s parks and get you started for your 30 days wild. DWT will be giving away 30 Days Wild packs for the 1st 100 to sign...
We're all familiar with the common bee, right? But there's more than meets the eye to these small insects. Led by beekeeper Ann Pengelly and naturalist Marjorie Waters; come and explore the importance, needs and life cycles of honey bees, bumble bees and solitary bees. Try to identify as many as possible in the orchard, community woodland orchard, and the garden which will be shortly followed by cream tea.
Suggested donation £6 to include tea. Please book by 4 July and meet at grid reference SY 263910. Part of DWT’s Bumblebee Campaign to help the bees keep on buzzing.
The Newtown Community Association cafe on Sunday 12 May will be partnered by the Devon Wildlife Trust.
The event, open from 2pm-4pm, will include DWT Terrestrial Conservation Officer Emily Stallworthy, who will have a stand with information on wildlife gardening, the bumblebee campaign and what they hope to do in Newtown.
There will also be an opportunity to make seed bombs! It's a great activity to do with children, they can get a bit messy (and adults as well!) and then take the seed bomb home to plant in the garden.