The Wildlife Trust for Sheffield and Rotherham looks after 12 nature reserves and beautiful green spaces. To learn more about these special places and other great events to spot wildlife, please click here
We are the largest environmental charity in Sheffield and Rotherham, working to promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment of the local area. We work on special projects to protect vulnerable habitats and species alongside initiatives to make Sheffield and Rotherham's parks parks and green spaces more welcoming to all wildlife species. We are also striving to bring people closer to nature by developing a living landscape for both people and wildlife.
Our education team works across South Yorkshire to engage children and young people in environmental education and outdoor activities. We offer a range of education services, from work with school groups on our nature reserves and in local parks, to improvements to school grounds and the provision of outdoor classrooms, and formal and informal education opportunities. We also run several outdoor play projects that give children fantastic outdoor experiences in a safe, supervised environment.
If you would like to book a school visit please phone our education team on 0114 263 4335.
Wildlife Watch groups in Sheffield and Rotherham
In Sheffield and Rotherham there are six Watch groups for children aged 5 to 13 Our groups run a range of fun, outdoor environmental activities from tree planting and nest box building to art projects and wildlife surveys.