Accounts and Annual Reviews
Annual Review 2018 - 2019
What you're doing for wildlife
Wildlife is weird, it’s beautiful, it’s fascinating and it’s fun.
But it’s under threat…
Being in a climate emergency, there has never been a more important time to grow support for the protection of our natural world. As a charity that receives no government funding, we are completely dependent on funders and supporters like you to protect wildlife and the wild places where we all live, work and play. We need to do more. We need to grow. Not only financially, but with boots on the ground as well. Nationally The Wildlife Trusts have over 800,000 members and you have been and continue to be pivotal in making important changes to our environment.
Your voices have protected 91 Marine Conservation Zones around our seas and provided evidence to our responses to local planning applications. Today we need your voice to secure a strong Environment Act for our Wilder Future.
More supporters mean our individual voices become a unified shout!
Thank you for standing up and protecting local wildlife. We couldn’t do it without people like you!Chief Executive
Our Annual General Meeting
Join us for our Annual General Meeting and Eric Thurston Memorial Science Forum which this year is being held at Ness botanical Gardens on 16th November 2019.
The forum will follow directly after the AGM with sessions immediately before and after lunch.
The running order for the day is as follows:
09:45 Doors open and refreshments available
10.00 Welcome, AGM and awards
11.00 Eric Thurston Memorial Science Forum; part 1
12.30 Break for lunch
13.15 Eric Thurston Memorial Science Forum; part 2