Welcome to our website

Important notice - see Disabled Access in the News section below.

This is the website of the South East Worcestershire Local Group of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust which covers an area approximately bounded by Grafton Flyford, Drakes Broughton, Upton, Bredon, Broadway, the Littletons and Lenches. Our volunteers are based around Pershore and help look after Tiddesley Wood and several other nature reserves. The main activities are the running of log and wood chip sales through the winter months, conservation work parties, the annual Spring Open Day in May and indoor meetings in Pershore.

Click here for directions to the reserve (nearest postcode WR10 2AD).

The Trust's main website can be found at:  

Several of our volunteers are also involved in the Friends of Avon Meadows, helping to look after Pershore's Community Wetland and Local nature Reserve.

Site last updated 15th January

  • Disabled Access

    While we aim to keep Tiddesley Wood as accessible as practicable, forestry work has damaged the main access track and it is only passable with care if using a wheelchair or mobility scooter. A plan to improve the track has been approved and we will report progress here.

  • Tiddesley Wood Spring Open Day

    The 31st Spring Open Day was a great success - everybody enjoyed the day despite a late shower and much-needed funds were raised for the Trust. Many thanks to our band of volunteers and staff who worked so hard to make the event so superb!

  • The Nature of Wyre

    Recently Published! The Nature of Wyre is the first comprehensive natural history of the Wyre Forest, one of the richest lowland oak forests in the British Isles and Worcestershire’s largest woodland. It has involved more than 50 contributors including four managing editors and 24 authors. To find out more visit the website of the Publisher Naturebureau by clicking on the picture to the left.

  • Noble Chafer

    Why is this rare beetle so important? Have YOU seen it?

  • Stamps and collectables

    Volunteer Liz Stone sells used stamps, coins, postcards etc. to raise funds for the Trust. Click the link for details.