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Fantastic News…and Thank You!

Working with Sussex Bat Group, and thanks to the generosity of our wonderful donors and supporters, and to a small loan, we have been able to raise the £200K needed to purchase this vital new greater horseshoe bat roost in West Sussex. This old stable block could be a key step in restoring greater horseshoe Read More

2nd March 2022

We’re looking for a Project Manager for an exciting new programme

DEADLINE REACHED – we are no longer accepting applications for this post. Project Manager – Martens on the Move Vincent Wildlife Trust is looking for an experienced and dynamic Project Manager to oversee the Development Phase and prepare the detailed submission for an exciting new four-year pine marten project being considered by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The post Read More

21st February 2022

We’re hiring – deadline reached

DEADLINE REACHED – we are no longer accepting applications for this post. Vincent Wildlife Trust’s Bat Programme Manager role offers an exciting opportunity to head a specialist team delivering real conservation benefit for bat species across Britain, Ireland and mainland Europe. You would step into a role leading a landscape-scale National Lottery Heritage Funded project on barbastelle in Read More

10th January 2022

VWT’s Newsletter for 2021 has been published

This newsletter highlights the work of 2021 and celebrates the achievements for mammal conservation in Britain and Ireland during this year. Read more here   Photo: ©Andrew McCarthy

15th December 2021

We’re hiring – deadline reached

DEADLINE REACHED – we are no longer accepting applications for this post. Do you have a demonstrable commitment to volunteering and community engagement and a passion for mammal conservation? Vincent Wildlife Trust, a specialist mammal research and conservation charity working on threatened mammals, is offering an opportunity for someone experienced in working both with volunteers in a conservation Read More

1st November 2021

New way to donate to our Sussex Bat Appeal!

You can now make donations to the Sussex Bat Appeal through Sussex Bat Group’s Just Giving page. All donations will go towards saving a crucial new roost in Southeast England and help the spread of greater horseshoe bats into southeast England. Sussex Bat Appeal Update – 2 March 2022 Thanks to the generosity of our wonderful Read More

26th October 2021

Sussex Bat Appeal – the latest

Great News! We have raised the deposit to take the Stables in West Sussex off the open market! A small but significant group of greater horseshoe bats has recently been discovered using this dilapidated building as a maternity roost. This is  very exciting as it is the first known breeding population east of its current stronghold in southwest England. But we Read More

27th September 2021

We’re looking for a Bat Programme Manager – deadline reached

DEADLINE REACHED – we are no longer accepting applications for this post. VWT is looking for a Bat Programme Manager to drive forward its bat conservation programme, build on existing success and create new projects and areas of work to deliver the Trust’s Ten-Year Strategy. We are looking for a highly skilled and strategic scientist Read More

14th September 2021

Sussex Bat Appeal – fantastic news, but we still need your help!

Please help us raise £350,000 to protect Britain’s most easterly breeding colony of greater horseshoe bats…  Sussex Bat Appeal Latest (27 April 2022) More Fantastic News! Thanks to the generosity of supporters and donors alike, we are now more than a quarter of the way to the £150K needed to restore and enhance the derelict stable Read More

2nd September 2021

Annual Report and Financial Statements – December 2020

VWT is pleased to publish its Annual Report for 2020. This report gives an overview of the past year’s highlights, its projects, its partners and its audited financial statements.

4th August 2021
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