Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Charity information

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is a charity established in 1962 which benefits wildlife and people. Owned by its local membership, the Trust works collaboratively with organisations to achieve its aims.

Founded 1962

  • Mission statement

    Our vision is for Living Landscapes rich in wildlife, valued by everyone. Our mission is to protect wildlife, restore biodiversity and to inspire people about nature in Derbyshire. Specifically, our mission is:

    To use our strengths as the county’s premier nature conservation charity, working in partnership with others, to achieve a significant improvement to the state of wildlife in Derbyshire and to increase appreciation of the need for conservation.

  • Aims

    Derbyshire Wildlife Trust aims to:

    • To further the conservation, maintenance and protection of wildliife and its habitats.
  • Overview

    Established: February 1962

    Registered Charity Number: 222212

    Board members: 16

    Full time staff: 20

    Part time staff: 10

    Volunteers: 450

    Phone number: 01773 881188

    Address: East Mill, Bridge Foot, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 1XH

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