Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

Charity information

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is the county’s leading conservation organisation. We manage 65 nature reserves, covering 2,600 acres of Gloucestershire, for the benefit of the health and wellbeing of our wildlife and people. We work with landowners and farmers to create landscape connections for wildlife across Gloucestershire. Every year we run a programme of events to pass on knowledge of wildlife, identification and conservation skills and to promote enjoyment of our county’s wild places.

Founded 1961

  • Mission statement

    Our mission is to connect and improve Gloucestershire's wildlife and wild places.

    We have a vision where each year there is more
    wildlife, more wild places and more people with
    a connection to the natural world.

  • Aims

    Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust aims to:

    • Create bigger, better, and more connected places where people and wildlife can thrive.
    • Inspire more people and communities to take action for nature
    • Lead on ‘natural solutions’, championing the value of what nature can do for us.
  • Overview

    Established: November 1961

    Registered Charity Number: 232580

    Board members: 14

    Full time staff: 38

    Part time staff: 6

    Volunteers: 400

    Phone number: 01452383333

    Address: Conservation Centre, Robinswood Hill Country Park, Reservoir Road GL4 6SX

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