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  • Help More Inner City Children Experience ‘the best day ever’

    Tuesday 14th June, 2016

    Vote for EcoPark to win a £150,000 eco-classroom!

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  • 30 Days Wild

    Friday 13th May, 2016

    How wild will you get this Summer? The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country challenges you to do something wild every day this June!

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  • Have your say on the future of Sedgley Beacon

    Tuesday 10th May, 2016

    Complete this quick survey to help shape our plans to restore the Beacon and its surrounding wild space.

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  • Launch of ‘Making Birmingham Greener & Healthier Awards’ 2016

    Thursday 21st April, 2016

    Making Birmingham Greener & Healthier Awards

    Birmingham City Council, in partnership with environmental company Veolia, is looking for Birmingham’s next “green” champions.

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  • Free Wild Play Sessions offer urban wildlife experiences for families

    Wednesday 30th March, 2016

    newt on minibeast hunt

    Minibeast hunting and butterfly and bees days feature this holiday in The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country’s popular wild play sessions.

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  • Bags of Help for Wildlife Trust’s transformation of Deer’s Leap Wood

    Thursday 25th February, 2016

    Children playing at Deer's Leap Wood

    An urban nature reserve that has suffered years of neglect and fly tipping making it inaccessible and unsafe for local people needs your votes.

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  • Wild family fun on Darby’s Hill to launch new project

    Friday 12th February, 2016

    Portway Hill, by Mike Poulton

    Friends of Rowley Hills and The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are putting on a day of family fun in Darby’s Hill public open space next Saturday to launch a new project.

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  • Bird bingo launches fun holiday programme at EcoPark

    Wednesday 10th February, 2016

    Free family activities bring children closer to nature in Small Heath.

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  • Natural prescription needed to help tackle crisis in mental health

    Tuesday 26th January, 2016

    common blue butterflies

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are calling for greater thought to be given to natural solutions to tackle the mental health crisis in the NHS.

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  • Nature Improvement Areas: Thousands more hectares for our wildlife

    Wednesday 20th January, 2016

    NIA at Sedgley Beacon

    A new report shows that The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country has made a big contribution to nearly 20,000 hectares of natural habitat – the equivalent of almost 23,000 football pitches – being created, restored or preserved across England over the past three years as part of an innovative £7.5 million government project.

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