Check out the latest news from the Trust below...
Get Set to Go Wild in Guildford!
Thursday 16th March, 2017
Creepy crawlies, slow worms, a prickly hedgehog and a giant badger will be helping shoppers get in touch with their wild side next month as ‘Guildford Goes Wild’ comes to the town centre.
Go Wild at Bay Pond this Easter!
Monday 13th March, 2017
Make your Easter Holidays a little bit wilder with a FREE family day out at Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Bay Pond nature reserve in Godstone. Have a go at pond-dipping, minibeast hunting, woodland crafts and even meet some real live owls, at the spring open day on Saturday April 1st.
Wildlife Volunteers in Wellies Working on the Wey
Tuesday 7th March, 2017
A team of volunteers from Surrey Wildlife Trust’s ‘RiverSearch’ project pulled on their wellies and got stuck into some vital riverbank restoration in Alton.
Ancient Lake Restoration Information Day
Monday 6th March, 2017
Plans to improve historic Hedgecourt Lake for people and wildlife will be on show at a special family open day hosted by Surrey Wildlife Trust later this month.
Talks Give Tops Tips for a Wilder Garden!
Monday 27th February, 2017
Wildlife gardening experts are gathering in Guildford next month to share their top tips on how to make everyone’s gardens a little bit wilder.
Race to Kit Out Classrooms at Nower Wood!
Monday 13th February, 2017
After months of mud, hard hats and diggers, Surrey Wildlife Trust’s brand new £1.1m education centre at Nower Wood is nearly ready to throw open its doors to visitors. The charity is now working against the clock to kit out the inside of the flagship building near Leatherhead before the first students arrive in the spring.
Otterly Wild Ideas for Your Valentine!
Tuesday 24th January, 2017
Are you wild at heart and goat-ally in love - then why not ditch the flowers and chocolates and buy a wild gift for your Valentine this year?
Could You Be An Otter Spotter?
Tuesday 17th January, 2017
The elusive otter could soon be moving into Surrey and wildlife lovers are asked to become ‘Otter Spotters’ to help look out for these beautiful creatures on the county’s waterways.
Surrey Wildlife Trust Will Not Abandon the Countryside
Monday 16th January, 2017
Surrey Wildlife Trust announced last week the restructuring of its countryside management team, following budget cuts by Surrey County Council. Government cuts mean the council can no longer afford to pay for its countryside estate and SCC wants it to become self-financing by 2021.
Work off Christmas with a Wild Winter Walk!
Tuesday 20th December, 2016
If you’ve eaten too much turkey and Christmas pudding, why not work off your seasonal excesses by taking a walk on the wild side with Surrey Wildlife Trust? With nearly 80 nature reserves to explore and a host of New Year events, there are plenty of reasons to get outside and enjoy Surrey’s winter landscape with family and friends.