Reserves A-Z



  • No winners in badger cull vote

    Wednesday 5th June, 2013

    The results of the debate (on 2 June 2013) - calling on the Government to stop the cull of badgers - were not a surprise as there was a three line whip.

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  • A Royal Engagement to Celebrate Coronation

    Wednesday 5th June, 2013

    Girls Martin's Meadow

    Three Gala Princesses from Framlingham Sir Robert Hitcham's CEVAP School are joining Suffolk Wildlife Trust in celebrating Suffolk’s specially chosen Coronation Meadow, Martins’ Meadow near Monewden.

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  • Tim Yeo MP welcomes Carillion volunteer work with Suffolk Wildlife Trust

    Monday 3rd June, 2013

    volunteers at arger fen

    Tim Yeo MP has visited the Arger Fen & Spouses Vale Nature Reserve in his Suffolk South constituency to see the work Carillion is doing in partnership with the Suffolk Wildlife Trust at the site.

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  • Proposed badger cull- please sign the petition

    Friday 31st May, 2013


    The Government has confirmed that two pilot culls of badgers, originally due to start in 2012, are due to go ahead from 1 June 2013 onwards.

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  • Wild fun at the Suffolk Show

    Monday 27th May, 2013

    Wildlife Garden at the Suffolk Show by Martha Meek

    Join in with a BioBlitz style challenge to find at least 50 different species in the wildlife garden at the Suffolk Show on 29 and 30 May...........

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  • State of Nature - 60% of UK species in decline, groundbreaking study finds

    Wednesday 22nd May, 2013

    UK nature is in trouble – that is the conclusion of a groundbreaking report published today by a coalition of leading conservation and research organisations.

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  • UEA climate change report warns species in 'free fall decline'

    Friday 10th May, 2013

    A report from The University of East Anglia warns that UK species and habitats are 'under threat like never before'.

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  • The Chalara fight back begins

    Thursday 9th May, 2013

    Scientists from the Forestry Commission and Forest Research are using a two hectare site at Suffolk Wildlife Trust nature reserve Arger Fen and Spouse’s Grove to study genetic resistance to the Chalara dieback of ash disease that hit the headlines last year.

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  • Get on board for common fisheries policy reform

    Thursday 9th May, 2013

    Europe’s fisheries are in crisis. Too many destructive fishing boats are chasing too few fish.

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  • Back a ban for bees’ and our benefit

    Thursday 11th April, 2013


    A call for a ban on the use of three neonicotinoids - pesticides which can be dangerous to bees and other pollinators – is backed by The Wildlife Trusts.

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