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The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country was established in 1980 as 'The Urban Wildlife Group'. On 13 July 1982 we became a registered charity and registered company - the Urban Wildlife Trust Limited. In 2004 we formally adopted The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country Ltd as our name, and at the same time we revised our memorandum and articles to be in line with current good practice.

The Wildlife Trust is a Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee, it is also an Environmental Body.

Read our five year strategy for 2017 - 2022 with our 25 year vision.

Our annual reports and accounts are downloadable from the Charity Commission website. There are also downloadable copies of our most recent accounts, together with our memorandum and articles of association available using the links below.  This includes the 2016-17 financial summary papers. 

The full 2016-17 annual report and accounts are also available here through Issuu, if you don't want to download them below:








FilenameFile size
A Greener Future: 2017 - 2022 Strategy3.69 MB
our_strategy_summary.pdf1.14 MB
signed_audited_accounts_march_2017.pdf1.64 MB
our_impact_2015-16.pdf3.17 MB
2015-16_annual_report_and_accounts.pdf1.07 MB
2015_-_2016_financial_highlights_sofa.pdf315.69 KB
2015_-_16_financial_report_balance_sheet.pdf217.28 KB
Memorandum of Association - revised and adopted December 200494.64 KB
Articles of Association - revised and adopted December 2004113.65 KB
wmca_natural_capital_paper.pdf1.13 MB