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Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust

To bring about an environment that is rich in wildlife and brings real benefits to everyone by rebuilding biodiversity and engaging people with nature. Our organisations values are to be influential, authoritative, and be inspiring and engaging.

We are the biggest voluntary sector nature conservation and environmental regeneration organisation in South Yorkshire, with over 5,200 members, 54 staff and an annual turnover of about £1.8m.

Our aim is to work alongside local people to protect and enhance the environment of Sheffield and Rotherham. We also work to increase the public’s understanding of the natural world and provide opportunities for people to enjoy being outdoors.
 

The Wildlife Trust for Sheffield and Rotherham is one of 47 Wildlife Trusts working to make the United Kingdom a better place for people and wildlife.  With more than 800,000 members, the Wildlife Trusts are the largest UK voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving the full range of the UK's habitats and species. Collectively they manage over 2,300 nature reserves  covering more than 90,000 hectares.

Services

Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust manages twelve nature reserves, as well as conservation and sites. We also carry out land management work. We operate a trading arm, Wildscapes which offers a consultancy service in landscape architecture and ecology.

The Trust runs public events for local people. The Trust is involved in community engagement, play, youth work and training.

The Trust also provides volunteering opportunities across Rotherham and South Yorkshire.

Partnership working

Comments from beneficiaries & partners

Every Child Matters Outcomes

Stay Safe

From Accidents
Risk assessments, Safeguarding Policy, training and staff experience

From maltreatment, abuse or exploitation

From violence
Child protection policy

From bullying and discrimination
Positive activities for children and young people

From crime or anti-social behaviour
Targeted youth support projects.

Be Healthy

Be physically healthy
Environmental outdoor activities

Be emotionally or mentally healthy
Breastfeeding award

Have a healthy lifestyle
Healthy lunches project - promoting local, healthy food

Choose not to take drugs

Enjoy and Achieve

Attend and enjoy school
School based projects to promote attendance at school.

Achieve educational standards at primary level

Achieve educational standards at secondary level

Enjoy recreation

Achieve Economic Wellbeing

Engage in further education, employment and training
Apprenticeship training schemes.

Be ready for employment
Volunteering opportunities

Live in decent homes and communities
Living with Nature project - improving housing associations green spaces for natural play.

Make a Positive Contribution

Engage in decision-making
Citizenship youth projects, consultation services, peer education projects

Support the community or environment
Nature reserves, volunteer and community days. Promoting the Living Landscape through events, education and youth work.

Choose not to offend, re-offend or engage in anti-social behaviour
Through volunteering, events and community activities.

Choose not to bully or discriminate
Develop confidence and selfesteem through the development of practical skills.

Develop self confidence and enterprising behaviours
Use of bush craft skills.

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Company Limited by Guarantee No: 2287928.
Registered Charity No: 700638.

Contact Details

37 Stafford Rd
Sheffield
S2 2SF
T: 0114263 4335
E: mail@wildsheffield.com
W: www.wildsheffield.com

Geographical area served

  • Town Centre
  • Eastwood
  • Clifton
  • East Dene
  • Wellgate
  • Canklow
  • Broom
  • Broom Valley
  • Herringthorpe
  • Moorgate
  • Morthen
  • Springwell Gardens
  • Valley and Whiston
  • Blackburn
  • Ferham
  • Greasbrough
  • Masbrough
  • Kimberworth
  • Kimberworth Park
  • Meadowbank
  • Munsbrough
  • Rockingham
  • Scholes
  • Thornhill
  • Thorpe Hesley
  • Wingfield
  • Brampton Bierlow
  • Harley
  • Swinton
  • Wath
  • Wentworth
  • West Melton
  • Upper Haugh
  • Dalton
  • East Herringthorpe
  • Hooton Roberts
  • Kilnhurst
  • Parkgate
  • Rawmarsh
  • Ravenfield
  • Ravenfield Common
  • Thryberg
  • Brecks part of Herringthorpe
  • Bramley
  • Flanderwell
  • Hellaby
  • Hooton Levitt
  • Maltby
  • Sunnyside
  • Wickersley
  • Dinnington
  • Slade Hooton
  • Firbeck
  • Letwell
  • Girdingwells
  • Woodsett
  • Thorpe Salvin
  • South & North Anston
  • Harthill
  • Kiveton Park
  • Wales
  • Hardwick
  • Laughton Common
  • Laughton-en-le-Morthen
  • Letwell
  • Aston
  • Aughton
  • Brinsworth
  • Catcliffe
  • Fence
  • Thurcroft
  • Treeton
  • Ulley
  • Brampton-en-le-Morthen
  • Orgreave
  • Wentworth North
  • Wentworth South
  • Wentworth Valley
  • Rotherham North
  • Rotherham South
  • Rother Valley West
  • Rother Valley South

Age ranges served

  • Early years 0-5
  • Primary 5-9
  • Primary 9-11
  • Secondary 11-13
  • Secondary 13-16
  • 16-19
  • 19-25 (for young people with disabilities and special needs)

Staff

Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust employs 38 staff.

Our staff and volunteers hold a wide range of qualifications from BSc in Environmental Biology, Public Health & nuturition to vocational qualifications.

Volunteers

Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust has 38 volunteers.

Beneficiaries

Last financial year 10500 children, young people, schools, local community groups, volunteers and general public.

Strengths

Enaging disadvantaged communities in their local environment.

And for the Future...

Additional information

  • Vat registered
  • Nominated Child Protection Officer
  • CRB checks

Policies in Place

  • Child Protection Policy
  • Safeguarding Policy
  • Equality & Diversity Policy
  • Health & Safety Policy
  • Recruitment & Selection Policy
  • Safe Lone Working Policy
  • Confidentiality Policy
  • Data Protection Policy
  • Volunteer Policy
  • Complaints Procedure
  • Internet and Email Usage Policy
  • Disciplinary and Grievance Procedure
  • Environmental Policy
  • Disability Discrimination Act Compliant
  • Marketing/Publicity Policy
  • Business Continuity Policy
  • User Involvement/Participation Policy
  • Service Users are involved in developing the service
  • Common Assessment Framework
  • Training and Development Plan

Quality Systems in Place

  • Investors in People