A gift in your will Help us protect wildlife long into the future. Wiltshire is a glorious county with stunning landscapes. Wherever you live, there’s a wonderful choice of natural wild places to visit and enjoy our native wildlife - delightful woodland, wildflower meadows, hedgerows, streams, rivers, chalk downland, valleys, bogs and wetlands. If we don’t protect Wiltshire’s natural heritage, it could be lost forever. So, after you’ve made sure your loved ones are looked after, please consider a gift in your will to Wiltshire Wildlife Trust. By pledging such a gift you will ensure a better future for wildlife in Wiltshire for years to come. The Trust has been fortunate to receive vital contributions for its conservation work though gifts in wills. Gifts in wills have helped Wiltshire Wildlife Trust purchase special places such as Langford Lakes and Lower Moor Farm nature reserves and funded vital work to restore habitats and breeding sites and inspire all generations to be more in touch with their natural world. It is important for everyone to have a will to ensure that their wishes are carried out and loved ones are looked after. It is also wonderful that people choose to support their favourite charities with a special gift. Gifts in wills of any size can make a real difference. Sir David Attenborough, Vice-President of The Wildlife Trusts, said: “A legacy to your local Wildlife Trust is a very special gift that can do remarkable things to help the wildlife treasures on your doorstep.” If you love Wiltshire, its countryside and wildlife, please consider leaving a gift to protect Wiltshire’s wildlife in your will. How to make/amend a Will? If you decide to help us to protect Wiltshire’s wildlife with a Gift in your Will, all you have to do is tell your solicitor or other professional advisor: what kind of gift you would like to leave us give him/her our address; see below registered charity number - 266202 Let us know If you are planning to include a Gift in your Will to us, please let us know so that we can thank you properly. You can complete our online form. Contact us by email at [email protected] This is not legally binding, it will simply advise us of your intentions. Your details will be treated with the strictest of confidence.