Ahead of our Gateway project we have been working hard to ensure our great crested newts are protected.
There was a positive response from locals to our plans for creating natural wetland habitats.
Wallingford Castle Meadows has once again received a Green Flag and Green Heritage Site Accreditation, plus there are brand new interpretation panels on site.
Earth Trust was delighted to receive a cheque for £1,600 from Didcot Runners.
DigVentures return in November 2019 to carry out archaeological investigations ahead of the Gateway project. Find out how you can get involved.
Why not consider our beautiful 19th century Fison Barn for your Christmas party and enjoy a deliciously different BBQ buffet.
Schools can visit a live archaeological dig as part of our enhanced history workshops for a limited time this winter.
Come along to one of our public consultation events this October to hear all about the project plans and share your views.
Hundreds witness the demolition of Didcot Power Station’s iconic cooling towers from the Clumps.
Emergency procedures are being put in place at Earth Trust’s Wittenham Clumps ahead of the demolition on Sunday 18th August.
With changes on the horizon at the Earth Trust Centre, we are working to ensure these special animals come to no harm.
We are delighted to announce that Chairs of two local councils have chosen to support us this year.
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