The five fields covering 25 hectares near Royal Wootton Bassett are abundant with wildflowers in summer, with a wealth of butterflies, crickets and pollinating insects. Read more
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Wiltshire Wildlife Trust Reserve Manager Neil Pullen sets out the natural wonders worth looking out for around the county over the winter months.
This chalk downland valley is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and worth a visit at any time of year for its sweeping views.
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Wiltshire Wildlife Trust Reserve Manager Neil Pullen sets out the natural wonders worth looking out for around the county over the winter months. Read more
Volunteer Jeni Bell explains how WWT is working to attract priority butterfly species to southern Wiltshire Read more
Sharon Stevenson gives an illustrated talk on the lives and threats to the future of whales and dolphins. Organised by Wootton Bassett Supporter Group. Read more
Nature-based activities for children aged 4-11. Read more