Devon Wildlife Trust runs over 100 events each year, including walks and talks, open days and a festival. Find out more here.
Emergency seabird survey
Take part in a sponsored walk or cycle ride
'Make A Will Week' from the 20th to 26th May 2013.
During this time Furse Sanders Solicitors will waive their usual fee of writing a new Will or updating an existing Will. In return they will ask clients to make a donation to the Devon Wildlife Trust.
To find out more, or to book an appointment, please contact Deborah Schmieder at Furse Sanders Solicitors:
Furse Sanders Solicitors
13/14 Broad Street
Tel 01769 572251
Please remember DWT in your will
The future is far too important to be left to chance. That’s why making a will is so vital.
When you write or update your will, once you have made sure that the people you care about are provided for, please consider including a gift to DWT.
Through leaving a bequest - large or small - you can play an important part in ensuring future generations can know and enjoy the natural beauty of Devon and its wildlife.
A legacy of any size will help us to
Safeguard Devon’s best-loved species and habitats
Speak out for wildlife and argue for a sustainable approach
Engage with young people, schools, landowners and communities so that the benefits of wildlife are shared and enjoyed by all
We value every penny which is given to us and will promise to use the money wisely to secure a better future for local wildlife. What’s more, legacy gifts are exempt from inheritance tax, so the full value of any gift will go straight to wildlife conservation.
Case study - Marsland nature reserve
Our work at Marsland nature reserve was secured through the generosity of Mr Frank Morton.
A resident of Marsland valley since the 1960s, Mr Morton showed a keen interest in the reserve and our ongoing work at this impressive site.
With Mr Morton’s gift, we were able to employ a nature reserves officer and secure the long-term management of Marsland. DWT also looks after ‘Frank’s Field’, which was his much loved conservation area.
If you are thinking about leaving Devon Wildlife Trust a gift in your will, please complete the legacy enquiry form
If you would prefer to speak with someone, you can contact Rachael Fielder-Pine at the Trust for
Further information on leaving a legacy
Help finding a suitable solicitor
You can phone us to speak to Rachael on 01392 279244
Or send Rachael an email
Alternatively, write to Rachael at Devon Wildlife Trust, Cricklepit Mill, Commercial Road, Exeter, EX2 4AB