Attenborough Nature Reserve is a very special place which has been much loved since it was officially declared a Nature Reserve in 1966. Sir David Attenborough described it as a “lifeline to the natural world”.
You can support our work to provide a haven for wildlife with a plaque in our nature garden, the Willow Peninsula, which is situated at the back of the Attenborough Nature Centre. The garden is a miniature nature reserve, ideal for families or people with limited mobility and a nature trail has been installed to increase people’s enjoyment and understanding. A feeding station attracts a great variety of birds and a mini beast hotel provides fabulous accomodation for insects.
A plaque in this garden costs £250. Please download and complete the Memorial at Attenborough form if you would like to have a memorial plaque at Attenborough or call us at the Centre on 0115 972 1777. Please return the form with a cheque made payable to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. The plaque will be 12cm by 8cm and will be fixed to a special area on the back of the Nature Centre.
Attenborough Nature Centre’s conference room can also be hired out for private functions in the day time with catering. For more information please check here.
Attenborough Nature Centre, Barton Lane, Attenborough, Nottingham NG9 6DY
Other memorial opportunities exist on other Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust sites.
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