Worcester Wildlife Trust
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is the county’s leading local charity working towards a county rich in wildlife. Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK.
With the support of our volunteers and members we manage almost 3,000 acres of land for wildlife and people across Worcestershire. We work with other organisations and landowners to protect and connect wildlife sites across the county.
We also teach people of all ages to care for wildlife, through our work with schools and young people, our family events and our wildlife courses for adults. At the Retirement Roadshow we can tell you about our nature reserves, wildlife across Worcestershire and how you can get involved.
7 Mar 2020
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If you would like further details about the 55+ and Retirement Roadshows or would like to take part in any of these exhibitions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Victoria.email@example.com
Testimonials from visitors of previous shows
Kidderminster 12-6-16 at The Town Hall
"Just a few lines to thank you for the wonderful hospitality shown to me on Saturday. I enjoyed myself immensely and I was good to chat with the exhibitors at the Roadshow. My sincere thanks and gratitude to everyone involved." Councillor Mary Rayner, Mayor of Kidderminster
The Guildhall, Worcester 25-3-2017
"I thoroughly enjoyed walking around and talking to so many people at the event. It was so informative and I saw so many people doing good for others who were less fortunate than themselves. This kind of activity is so important for any civilized society so a very big "thank you" to you for organizing it all." Mr A
Mr and Mrs M said, " wonderful show, packed with information".
Mrs J said," I am so glad that I went in, there was something for everyone. I will definitely be going again next year".
The Guildhall, Worcester 9-3-2019
Take a look at the video of our latest show. We were very busy from start to finish.
It was a great day and enjoyed by all. Click this link and take a look.
You could also view what went on when we last visited Kidderminster.