The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

Charity information

The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

We are the only charity uniquely focused on protecting and enriching the habitats and wildlife of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall. We're working for nature's recovery, leading hundreds of partners and community groups to protect, create and improve vibrant wildlife-rich green spaces, linking green corridors to connect wildlife and people to high quality natural areas while helping mitigate the effects of climate change.

Founded 1981

  • Mission statement

    Our 25-year vision and strategy for 2017 – 2022 “A Greener Future” sets out what needs to be done to promote nature’s recovery across Birmingham and the Black Country. It shows how the Trust will prioritise its efforts and work in partnership with individuals, communities, voluntary organisations, businesses, local authorities and government agencies who all have a vital role to play in nature’s recovery. The Trust set 4 strategic goals to be delivered over the five years:
    1. Space for nature is protected, restored, created and valued.
    2. Everyone is connected to nature.
    3. The natural environment is at the heart of planning, policy and decision-making.
    4. We are an effective organisation.

  • Aims

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country aims to:

    • Space for nature is protected, restored, created and valued.
    • Everyone is connected to nature.
    • The natural environment is at the heart of planning, policy and decision-making.
    • We are an effective organisation.
  • Overview

    Established: June 1981

    Registered Charity Number: 513615

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 14

    Part time staff: 7

    Volunteers: 150

    Phone number: 0121 523 0094

    Address: 42 Norman Street B18 7EP

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