Surrey Wildlife Trust

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Join Surrey Wildlife Trust at half price in January and receive a FREE eco-friendly 2019 wildlife calendar!

Become a member from just £1.75 a month and help protect wildlife in Surrey

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We all need nature

We are part of the Wildlife Trusts - a grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us

More than 25,000 members and 1,500 volunteers across our county help us to restore Surrey's nature and make wildlife part of life, for everyone

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Wildlife campaigns, news and views on the issues we care about

Join us on 28th March 2019 for our first Youth Summit

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Volunteering

New Year Volunteer!

If you are looking to try something new for 2019, then why not volunteer with the Trust?  We now run weekend practical conservation days for those who do not have the time during the week, so join us for fun in the fresh air to get fit, make new friends and learn new skills!

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https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/actions/how-build-hedgehog-home
News

Ash Dieback work begins at Norbury park

A fatal fungal disease first identified in the UK in 2012, ash dieback is now killing thousands of ash trees  across the UK and is affecting our nature reserves.

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Dormouse
Conservation

Go nuts for dormice!

Help us create a dormouse map of Surrey by sending your photos of dormouse nibbled nuts.

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The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them
Sir David Attenborough