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  • Half term fun: Wild Woods Day coming up!

    Wednesday 15th October, 2014

    Wild Woods Day

    The Trust's Wild Woods Day is happening on Saturday 25 October this year, with a range of activities for all the family at Gobions Wood in Brookmans Park

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  • Hundreds celebrate Apple Day at family event in Tewin

    Tuesday 7th October, 2014

    Apple Day family fun at Tewin

    Visitors flocked to Tewin for our annual Apple Day celebration in October.

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  • A celebration of all things apple

    Wednesday 1st October, 2014

    Apple day at Tewin

    Apple day at Tewin Orchard, Sunday 5 October

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  • A view from the orchard

    Thursday 25th September, 2014

    Apples and red admiral butterflies

    Tewin Orchard's wonderful wildlife on an autumn evening, by Wildlife Trust volunteer Alice Kendrick

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  • Places to visit this autumn

    Monday 22nd September, 2014

    A second spring, where every leaf is a flower

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  • Science of Chalk Rivers seminar evening: Thursday 18 September

    Tuesday 16th September, 2014

    Chalk rivers are a precious resource

    An evening seminar on the science behind chalk rivers: 6.30pm-10pm, Hatfield

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  • Historic damselfly sighting at Amwell

    Friday 5th September, 2014

    A willow emerald damselfly has been spotted at Amwell Nature Reserve – the first time the species has ever been recorded in Hertfordshire.

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  • 2014 Volunteer Awards - open for nominations

    Monday 1st September, 2014

    A volunteer helping with apple picking at Tewin Orchard

    Tell us who you think has made an impact this year

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  • Creatures of the night

    Monday 1st September, 2014

    Pipistrelle bat

    The warm evenings of late summer are a great time to discover bats and moths, writes Wildlife Trust volunteer Alice Kendrick. Make your own moth trap and see what comes to light!

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  • Festival a wild success

    Wednesday 27th August, 2014

    Festival of Wildlife

    The Trust celebrated 50 years during the Festival of Wildlife this August

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