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Lincolnshire wildlife festival celebrates charity’s 75th year

by In-house Editor

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust celebrated its 75th anniversary by hosting the Wilder Lincolnshire Festival at Doddington Hall, near Lincoln. The two-day event ran from 11:00 to 16:00 on both Saturday and Sunday and featured activities such as pond-dipping, arts and crafts, woodwork, tree identification walks, music workshops, and yoga. The festival aimed to inspire people to reconnect with nature and highlight the importance of conservation. Various wildlife organizations, including the RSPB and Butterfly Conservation, participated. Doddington Hall’s owners, Claire and James Birch, had rewilded the estate to encourage others to support local wildlife. Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust managed 99 nature reserves and had nearly 26,000 members.

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