NWT Holme Dunes, photo by Richard Osbourne 1/4
Water vole 2/4
NWT Hickling Broad, photo by Richard Osbourne 3/4
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As a local charity committed to saving Norfolk’s wildlife, we rely on support.  

Every donation you make helps us ensure Norfolk’s habitats, flora and fauna are protected today and for future generations to enjoy. There are so many ways to help us so please consider how you can make a difference. Become a member, donate, leave a legacy, sponsor us, or 'do it yourself' and raise funds in your community. Every penny is vital to sustaining our work.

Charitable Trusts and grant giving bodies support NWT activity through valuable regular contributions towards core activities and in our efforts to secure strategically important areas of land.

Thank you for helping us today and saving Norfolk’s wildlife.

Brendan Joyce, Chief Executive, Norfolk Wildlife Trust

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Latest News

2017-10-18 New watch supports local conse New watch supports local conservation efforts
Wednesday 18 October, 2017
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is set to receive 20% of the retail price from watches sold by a new business. Awemix Watches...
2017-10-13 Safeguarding water supply at t Safeguarding water supply at the Trinity Broads
Friday 13 October, 2017
The supply of drinking water from the Trinity Boards has been secured for many years to come, thanks to an innovative...
2017-10-11 Powerful Climate Change Exhibi Powerful Climate Change Exhibition at Cley
Wednesday 11 October, 2017
Norfolk Wildlife Trust will bring to Norfolk the work of award-winning photographer Ashley Cooper; known globally for...
2017-10-02 New report links volunteering New report links volunteering in nature with better mental health
Monday 02 October, 2017
A new report which examines the effects of volunteering in nature on people’s mental health is published by The...
2017-09-20 Cley Calling – Autumn Colours Cley Calling – Autumn Colours
Wednesday 20 September, 2017
This autumn, you can explore North Norfolk’s colourful coastal landscape and culture as part of NWT’s ...
2017-09-19 Celebrating two decades of rub Celebrating two decades of rubbish help for biodiversity
Tuesday 19 September, 2017
It feels counterintuitive - the waste we produce helping to restore habitats and conserve some of Norfolk’s mos...
2017-09-14 Investing in the future – NWT’ Investing in the future – NWT’s apprenticeship programme
Thursday 14 September, 2017
Nearly three years ago, thanks to support from Lincs Wind Farm, Norfolk Wildlife Trust appointed two apprentices to u...
2017-09-11 Breeding redshank return to Ro Breeding redshank return to Roydon Common after 40 years
Monday 11 September, 2017
A new noise has joined the cacophony of bubbling curlew, drumming snipe and the ‘tooo-wips’ of lapwing th...
2017-07-24 Cley Calling - Summer Sea Cley Calling - Summer Sea
Monday 24 July, 2017
Dive into summer and celebrate life beneath the waves on the North Norfolk Coast This summer, you can explore...

Upcoming events

Catch the Spirit
Wed 18 Oct, 2017 - Tue 31 Oct 2017
Images from a warming planet
Thu 19 Oct, 2017 - Wed 15 Nov 2017
The bees of Norfolk
Mon 23 Oct, 2017
Guided walk of the new land
Tue 24 Oct, 2017
Discovering autumn
Tue 24 Oct, 2017
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