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Chris Packham
17 July 2018 | SHE

Kings Dyke Nature Reserve one of 50 sites included in Bioblitz national nature survey

Twite. Photo: Tim Melling
16 July 2018 | SHE

Data collected by RSPB and CEMEX will be used to plan further restoration at Dove Holes Quarry

Water vole
05 May 2018 | SHE

Company invests more than £200,000 in mass migration of endangered species to safe place

Little ringed plover
10 October 2017 | SHE

Aggregate Industries hatch a plan to safeguard nesting little ringed plovers at Chard Junction

Bat cave
23 July 2017 | SHE

NWH Group safeguard local bat population at former quarry site on outskirts of Edinburgh

22 July 2017 | SHE

Rare visitors to the UK being given round-the-clock protection at a Nottinghamshire quarry

18 July 2017 | SHE

Seven exotic and colourful birds take up residence at CEMEX site in Nottinghamshire

CEMEX's swift tower
14 May 2017 | SHE

Company helps give nature a home by erecting a ‘swift tower’ at an asphalt facility in Manchester

South Heath area
13 May 2017 | SHE

Dorset Wildlife Trust recognizes South Heath area as a Site of Nature Conservation Interest

Tarmac win Hertfordshire High Sheriff Award
28 March 2017 | SHE

Recognition for partnership between Tarmac, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and Herts Natural History Society

Great crested newt
29 November 2016 | SHE

Midland Quarry Products granted licence to relocate great crested newts to allow quarry expansion

Brett Aggregates' Cliffe site
15 August 2016 | SHE

Construction spoil to provide enhanced habitat for birds and other wildlife at Cliffe in Kent

Small Blue
07 September 2015 | SHE

CEMEX UK exceed their own target by creating 660 hectares of conservation habitat in five years

bee-eater bird
08 August 2015 | SHE

Two pairs of colourful bee-eaters currently raising chicks at Hanson UK’s Low Gelt Quarry

Hills Group make donation to Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
14 July 2015 | SHE

Wiltshire’s wildlife reserves receive £270,000 donation from locally based Hills Group