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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust Presents National Day of Play

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging youngsters to ‘get wild’ at its hugely popular Playday events this August, which feature everything from building dens to hunting bugs! Every year the Trust’s Playday events, held to celebrate the National Day of Play at its Wolseley Centre HQ, near Rugeley, and Westport Lake Visitor Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, draw thousands of people. This year’s Playday ...

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Trust’s HQ Hosts Fascinating World of Bats

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust has teamed up with Staffordshire Bat Group, and is inviting nature lovers who want to find out more about one of Britain’s most fascinating nocturnal mammals to join a series of moonlit walks at the wildlife charity’s headquarters. The Trust’s Wolseley Centre base, near Rugeley will host a series of bat walks on Friday 16th June and Saturday ...

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Summer Coffee Morning with a Twist at Wolseley Centre

Wolseley Garden Centre’s monthly coffee morning is taking a different theme in June to celebrate the start of summer. Friday, 2nd June between 12pm and 3pm will see a Summer Strawberries and Cream on the Lawn event, sponsored by Creative Copy and Colour and supported by Littywood Farm, on its Park Bank at the Wolseley Centre. The Strawberries and Cream event takes ...

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Nature Therapy Day to support Positive Health

Wolseley Bridge Centre is holding a Nature Therapy day to help support positive health. Saturday 13th May 2017 (10am-4pm) will see counsellors and therapists use ‘walk and talk’ to support healing in clients and for themselves but anyone can do it! Experiencing ‘nature-connectedness’ can have a profound effect on psychological health and wellbeing. Discover this unique approach of combining Positive Psychology, Mindfulness ...

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Dawn Chorus Walk at Wolseley Centre

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to ditch the duvet, see the sun rise and hear the birds wake by experiencing one of Britain’s greatest wildlife spectacles The county’s largest nature conservation charity is holding a Dawn Chorus Walk event at its Wolseley Centre headquarters on Monday 1st May between 5am and 8am. Experts from the Trust will take people on ...

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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Giving Tree

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Wolseley Centre is giving people the opportunity to keep memories alive with a new giving tree The copper giving tree is situated inside the centre’s entrance and will soon be adorned with personalised brass oak leaves. This unique piece of art offers a personalised way for people to record and share their memories. Suitable for all occasions ...

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Celebrate the New Year with Traditional Wassailing Ceremony

People of all ages are invited to join the county’s largest nature conservation charity to encourage a good fruit harvest for the New Year. Sunday 15th January sees the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust stage it’s popular annual wassailing ceremony at its Wolseley Centre HQ, near Rugeley. The ancient custom involves driving evil spirits out of trees and encouraging good spirits in the hopes ...

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Forest School Training Programme Offers New Skills

If you’re a fan of the great outdoors, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust may have just the course for you. A new training programme is providing the opportunity to gain new skills and earn a nationally recognised qualification through its Forest School Training Programme. The scheme will culminate in provide everything you need to gain the Forest School Training Open College Network Level 3 qualification, ...

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Wolseley Centre Offers a Brush Up for Artists

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A watercolour painting course at Staffordshire Wildlife Trusts headquarters is offering aspiring artists the chance to brush up their skills. Both beginners and intermediates will be catered for on the 6 week course at the Trust’s Wolseley base, near Rugeley. Local artist Sue Chatterton will lead the course, and the theme will include learning to paint the perfect sky.   ...

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Why not volunteer for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust?

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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is appealing to people from Stone to help with the running of its Wolseley Centre headquarters. The Trust is inviting people to come forward to become a volunteer and carry out a variety of hands-on roles at the centre, based off the A51 between Stone and Rugeley. Roles include performing front-of-house tasks dealing with the public, answering ...

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