Building Bridges

The Building Bridges programme supports people across Swindon and Wiltshire who are challenges helping them to develop skills, access to education or move towards work.Read more

Lakeside Care Farm

Lakeside Care Farm is recognised as a thriving and effective setting that offers children, young people and adults with individual needs, the opportunity for meaningful education and work-based experiences in nature conservation, farming, horticulture and Forest School activities.Read more

Milestones

The Milestones project aims to connect vulnerable and marginalised young people aged 11-24 to their local, natural environment by offering opportunities to participate in practical activities and widen their knowledge and appreciation of local green spaces and nature reserves.Read more

Recycle for Wiltshire Joint Venture

Part of Wiltshire Wildlife Trust’s mission is to inspire residents to adopt more sustainable lifestyles. Reducing our rubbish and recycling more helps conserve valuable resources, saves energy and reduces landfill which all helps to protect the environment. For over 10 years the Waste Team at the Trust has been working in partnership with Wiltshire Council to support households throughout the county to reduce, reuse, recycle and compost their household rubbish.Read more

The Wellbeing Programme

The Wellbeing Programme provides nature-based activities for people struggling with mental health issues like anxiety, depression, low mood and stress.Read more

Water Team

The Water Team manages our river and wetland work outside of our nature reserves. From advisory visits, through to the design and delivery of technical restoration projects, our team is successfully working to improve our freshwater environment for both wildlife and people throughout the county. Our work not only directly benefits our native wildlife by improving habitats but also delivers benefits for flood management, water quality and public access to the river.Read more

Wild Connections

Wild Connections aimed to enable people of all ages from a variety of different backgrounds to enjoy, connect with, learn about, and care for nature and their local natural heritage. This project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and other generous donors.Read more