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Badger Necklace


Everyone at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust loves a badger! Wear your love around your neck with this fair trade necklace.

Sourced from Just Trade, this pendant is skillfully hand carved from a tagua nut. A nut is selected that is as close to the desired finished shape as possible, which is then formed using a variety of sanding processes and polished to achieve a smooth surface. This ethical jewellery is handmade by Darwin in Sosote, Ecuador.

Beeswax Wrap Co. starter pack


This is THE planet friendly alternative to cling film and tin foil.

These reusable and biodegradable wraps are printed with exclusive fabric designs that brighten up your home.  Made from GOTS certified organic cotton and low impact dyes, organic jojoba oil, pine resin and beeswax. All the beeswax is sourced from the UK, most of it from within a 30 miles radius of the Beeswax Wrap co. workshop!

This starter pack includes

1 x large Wrap – approx 40cm x 40cm – Great for covering casserole dishes, wrapping small loaves, keeping herbs fresh

1 x Medium – approx 30cm x 30cm – Perfect for sandwiches, wraps, cheese and covering bowls

1 x Small – approx 16cm x 16cm – Preserve unused vegetable halves and seal jars

We’re sure once your friends see them they will want a pack too!

Brass Fox Necklace


Sourced from Just Trade, this necklace is handmade from brass sheet and planished using a specialist hammer to give it texture.

This ethical jewellery is handmade by the women in the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India. The training and fairly paid employment opportunities at Flowering Desert offer a way for the women to increase their skills and future work possibilities, often bringing them a status in their society for the first time.

Not only this, but by buying the necklace through us, you’re supporting Derbyshire’s wildlife! One necklace can transform so much!

Brushwood robin nester


Our beloved robins are picky little birds and prefer an open nest with easy access.

The Brushwood robin nester is perfect and consists of a rattan landing platform with a low dividing wall separating the nesting or roosting space. It’s lightweight and can be wired into a hedge or ivy or attached to a wall using the supplied loop and fixing wire.

it’s also suitable for other species including wagtails and spotted flycatcher so who know’s who you’ll get nesting!

Did you know? Robins have been traditionally associated with Christmas ever since Victorian times, representing the red-waistcoated postmen who would deliver the cards.

Bug and Bee House


Fancy a few friendly neighbours? Pop a few of our gorgeous bug and bee homes around your garden and you’ll have some friendly pollinators and brilliant  bugs in no time.

We recommend dotting them in some quiet spots and on a warm summer’s eve check up on them to see what sort of insects have taken residence. If you are lucky you may find solitary bees, ladybirds, and other garden beneficial insects such as lacewings.

It’s manufactured from durable natural FSC certified timber and painted in an attractive soft green water based paint so will suit any country cottage or shabby chic inspired space.

Bug Bingo


Love bingo? Love wildlife? This is the perfect gift!

Bringing a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names and colourings of both favourite species like the honey bee and more exotic bugs like the vampire moth.

It contains 64 superbly illustrated bug tokens, one board, 12 bingo cards and brightly coloured counters for you to mark up your card, as well as a leaflet containing basic information and a few quirky traits for all.


Butterfly habitat


We bet you never knew you could provide a home for butterflies!

This particular butterfly habitat provides both a summer and winter house for butterflies. In summer it can be used as a nectar feeder packed full of sweet ripe fruits and in winter it makes a cosy over-wintering home for non-migratory butterflies.

This one comes in a gorgeous ‘pop’ blue and instructions to create the ideal butterfly habitat are included on the inside of the product wrap. Site the butterfly habitat in a sunny sheltered position, out of prevailing winds.

The nectar pots should be regularly filled with Wildlife World Butterfly Food with added vitamins or a sugar water solution. Feeding is especially effective in early spring and late summer when natural nectar is scarce. Place over ripe fruit in the central plastic bowl, the sweeter the better.

Once you’ve put it up, you’ll be all set to do the Big Butterfly Count in the summer!

Chilly’s bottles


Treat yourself to a famous Chilly’s bottle – you won’t regret it!

They’re environmentally friendly – you’ll reduce your single use plastic from day one and they are perfect for taking on a long, cold winter’s walk so you can stop and have a hot, hot chocolate – or a cold drink on a hot summer’s picnic!

Constructed with advanced double wall vacuum technology the Chilly’s bottle provides high performance with modern and stylish designs

  • 24 hours cold
  • 12 hours hot
  • Leak proof
  • Quality materials, BPA free

We’ve all got one!

Dragonfly Necklace


Sourced from Just Trade, this collection has been designed by award winning author and illustrator Coralie Bickford-Smith.

The brass elements in this collection are hand cut, textured and finished using traditional jewellery techniques. With sterling silver chain.

This ethical jewellery was made by Lizet from the Hope Jewellery fair trade project in Lima, Peru.


Ecoffee Cup


Reduce your single plastic use immediately with one of our gorgeous Ecoffee cups.

They come in so many fun design you’l be sure to find one that suits.

Ecoffee cup is a new generation of reusable takeaway cup. Created with the world’s fastest growing, most sustainable crop- bamboo fibre, Ecoffee cup is BPA and phthalate free.

They will keep your brew warm on that train journey and you’ll look pretty stylish too!

Green dipper bird bath


This is a real treat for the birds and great on the eye too! In fact, we think its just perfect for the cottage garden.

Spend your summer’s evening watching the birds dipping, drinking and washing away. It’s a lovely way to see birds personalities as they pamper themselves, sometimes for the whole evening! It’s even more important in the winter – keep it ice free and the birds will take a much needed drink.

It’s made from frost resistant ceramic with a soft green glaze and features a decorative pair of clay birds sitting at the water’s edge.

Petal bird feeders


We all love a garden with lots of colour so add an extra ‘pop’ to yours.

These colourful garden bird feeders are in the shape of a daisy can be placed in garden borders, lawns or are perfect for pots.

Each has a drainage hole, to prevent it filling up with water and they are perfect for all types of bird food. Ceramic and ethically sourced, you’ll be pleased to know they are kind to the environment too.

They make a lovely gift – in fact, a little birdie told us they’re great!

Solitary bee hive


The buzz of a bee is the true sound of summer. There is nothing nicer than a glass of wine on a summer’s eve in a beautiful garden watching bees working away.

They are of our best pollinators and benefit all sorts of our flowers, fruit and vegetables so welcome them with open arms – and a nice place to live…

This little bee hive is constructed in durable FSC certified timber and is perfect for solitary bees. It’s fascinating to watch them create their little home within one of the holes.

This particular one can be carefully separated to view the formation of small cells where the eggs are laid – great for kids to learn all about these special little creatures!


Tagua Acorn Necklace


This pendant is skillfully hand carved from a tagua nut. A nut is selected that is as close to the desired finished shape as possible, which is then formed using a variety of sanding processes and polished to achieve a smooth surface. This ethical jewellery is handmade by Darwin in Sosote, Ecuador.

The Wildlife Trusts Calendar 2019


Keep yourself organised with this year’s Wildlife Trusts calendar! Inside you will discover beautiful photos and fun facts about the nation’s wildlife.

These sell out every year, so don’t miss out!