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  • Job vacancies

    15th August 2018

      We are currently recruiting for two vacancies:   Volunteering and Communications Officer For information on the role, please see the job pack. Applications must be made by application form. Deadline: Friday 7 September 2018 (5pm).   Read More


  • Pine marten project wins Conservation Gold Award

    18th June 2018

    We’re delighted that Chester Zoo have won a Conservation Gold Award from the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) for their work on our Pine Marten Recovery Project. Chester Zoo are a Read More


  • Rare Pine Marten Captured on Camera in Northumberland

    20th March 2018

    Back from the Brink’s Pine Marten project, led by the Vincent Wildlife Trust, has captured what is thought to be the first ever video footage of a pine marten in Northumberland.   Read More


  • New VWT Trustees

    14th February 2018

    We would like to welcome two new trustees to the VWT, Dr Liam Lysaght and Professor Robbie McDonald. Liam Lysaght is Director of the National Biodiversity Data Centre in Waterford Ireland where Read More


  • New VWT CEO appointed

    19th February 2018

    We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Lucy Rogers as CEO of The Vincent Wildlife Trust. Lucy has a background in conservation science and conservation delivery. With a PhD in Read More


  • VWT Newsletter December 2017

    6th December 2017

    This issue of our newsletter includes highlights from the first ever Autumn Swarming Bat Conference and the final phase of pine marten translocations to mid Wales. We also hear from the staff working Read More


  • Final pine martens released in Wales

    17th October 2017

    The final translocated pine martens have now been released into the Welsh forests, bringing the total up to 51. This is the culmination of 3 years of very hard work by the Read More


  • Pine martens receive a helping hand in Northumberland and Cumbria

    4th September 2017

    Over the next few months a team of volunteers will play a major role in protecting one of Britain’s rarest species as they help pine martens to come back from the brink Read More


  • Evidence Champions take a giant leap forward for conservation

    27th July 2017

    Researchers from the University of Cambridge have announced a partnership with nature conservation groups, aimed at getting the best science to busy on-the-ground conservationists. The Conservation Evidence Project, set up by Professor Read More


  • Annual Report published

    19th July 2017

    The Vincent Wildlife Trust’s Annual Report and Financial Statements for 2016 has been published. This report outlines our achievements in 2016, explains our governance arrangements and outlines our future plans. The VWT’s Read More