Greener UK coalition launches manifesto urging UK government to use Brexit to restore and enhance the environment
Wednesday 22nd February, 2017
The Greener UK coalition of 13 major environmental organisations, including WWF, the National Trust, RSPB and The Wildlife Trusts, has today launched its manifesto calling on the UK government to restore and enhance the environment as part of its plans for leaving the European Union.
Seeking Lincolnshire’s green heroes
Monday 13th February, 2017
Could you be a winner? The search is on to find Lincolnshire’s most environmentally friendly businesses, communities, farms and schools.
Visitor Centre temporary closures on Friday 13 January
Thursday 12th January, 2017
Due to the inclement weather conditions coinciding with high tides the decision has been made to close the Visitor Centres at Far Ings and Gibraltar Point on Friday 13 January.
New poll shows children like to be outdoors and enjoy wild places
Saturday 24th December, 2016
Children rarely see two wild animals featured in John Lewis Christmas advert
Wonderful winter things to do!
Tuesday 20th December, 2016
Bright blue winter skies, frost twinkling in the sunlight, squirrels curled up on tree branches. What a beautiful season to enjoy the outdoors.
Awesome Autumn Activities
Monday 24th October, 2016
Explore the outdoors this half term. Venture on our Autumn or spooky nature trail, or take part in a wild-time activity at Far Ings; there's plenty to encourage children to get off the sofa and enjoying an outdoor adventure.
Christmas Menu announced
Friday 21st October, 2016
Bookings are now being taken for Christmas lunch at the Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre
Simon King to officially open the new Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre
Friday 7th October, 2016
The renowned TV wildlife presenter, photographer and cameraman Simon King is visiting Gibraltar Point on Friday 7 October 2016 to mark the opening of the new Visitor Centre.
New report calls for protected areas for Lincolnshire’s sea life
Friday 30th September, 2016
Today, The Wildlife Trusts publish a new report, ‘The case for more Marine Conservation Zones’. The report identifies 48 areas at sea including 4 large areas near Lincolnshire that, if designated, will complete a network of special places around England where marine wildlife can flourish.
Lincolnshire’s botanical heritage sees a flowering of funds with National Lottery grant
Thursday 29th September, 2016