We’ve got a lot of different activities and projects going on, so stay tuned to our blog. Here we’ll feature articles by project leaders and staff along with in-depth coverage of our events and the menagerie of tasks our team is up to.

Warslow Hay Meadow

‘Get Wild at Home’ virtual experience to be launched by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

29 April 2020

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is set to bring some of its most popular and best attended events and activities direct to people’s homes by launching a nature themed virtual classroom experience next week.Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Trust’s extensive education programme for families has been put on hold to comply...

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Roaches Trees

Get Out and Get Wild! An Update from our Wild Child Project Officer

23 January 2020

As we begin 2020 we can take a fond look back at a wonderfully successful Autumn and Winter series of Wildchild events with some thoughts penned by our own Natalie Hollamby, Wildchild Project Officer.After a successful Autumn and saying farewell to 2019 for the Wildchild project in the South West...

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Headless Horseman

New Videos Show the Power of Community Grants

17 October 2019

Did You Know?As part of the Engaging Communities project the South West Peak Landscape Partnership provides small grants of between £500 to £10,000 for eligible projects that address one or more of our project objectives (listed here). The Community Grants scheme funds up to 50% of the total project costs...

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The Church of St Lawrence in Warslow: A Guided Tour

5 June 2019

The latest in a series of blog posts chronicling the adventures of our Cultural Heritage Officer; Dr. Catherine Parker Heath. In this installment she recounts an elucidating tour of the Church of Saint Lawrence in Warslow by South West Peak Landscape Partnership Volunteer Maggi Rowland. The Church of St Lawrence,...

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Beyond the Classroom

Beyond the Classroom Research Volunteer Opportunity

9 April 2019

Our Beyond the Classroom project is seeking volunteers that are interested in developing academic level research skills by supporting a social research project. This opportunity is an ongoing commitment of a flexible nature. Please see the role description below for more details or email Project Officer Jackie Wragg for more...

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