A Wilder Surrey
We are part of a grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us. Across the Uk, more than 850,000 members and 35,000 volunteers work together with their local Wildlife Trust to create a wilder future for people and nature.
What's happening now
Wildlife campaigns, news and views on the issues we care about
Latest wildlife news
One small step for gardeners is one giant leap for wildlife!
Frances Tophill, BBC Gardener’s World presenter, supports Surrey Wildlife Trust’s new wildlife gardening survey.
Survey of top retailers: only one of 20 says they will eliminate peat this year
Government voluntary target to stop peat compost sales was missed in 2020
Sandcastle homes unveiled for sand martins
Surrey Wildlife Trust has unveiled a giant 20-metre wide sandcastle for sand martins, tiny 12 centimetre brown and white birds, to…
Recent blog posts
Saying Yes to No Mow May
SWT Project Manager Zoe Channon takes on Plantlife's No Mow May challenge.
Exploring nature at home
During the winter lockdown, face to face events were not possible, but we still wanted a way to connect with children and families. So…
Life on the Hedge
Thousands of miles of wildlife-rich hedgerows criss-cross our country in a familiar and historical patchwork landscape.
Helping wildlife this month
Reserves & events near you
I've supported the Wildlife Trusts for the last 55 years. They are bringing wildlife back and restoring the natural world we love so much. Please support them as much as you can