Safeguarding the future of the Islands finest landscapes.

Isles of Scilly AONB Management Plan Consultation 2021-2025

Our AONB Management Plan 2021-2025 is now in draft form; please let us know what you think by reading the consultation draft and then completing the survey. Thank you for your input to shape the future of Scilly.


Author: Nikki Banfield


Our supporters have been asking us for some time where they can buy clothing and support us; now we have an exciting new solution! We've joined forces with Teemill to bring you our very first clothing collection celebrating Scilly's amazing wildlife...

Making Space for Nature

Much of Scilly is open to all but there are some areas that we request people do not visit to make space for nature; please respect our wildlife and the restrictions and guidelines in place.


Author: Nikki Banfield

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  • Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust clean-up

    The last week of January saw the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust successfully embarking on an exciting new partnership with Keep Britain Tidy’s Ocean Recovery Project. The aim? To recycle all the rigid plastic gathered, from Scilly’s coastline... Read more

  • Our Wonderful Wetlands

    We may be a ‘wet’ nation, but wetlands – wildlife-rich, carbon-capturing oases – are in shorter supply than you might think. Wetlands have largely been removed from our landscape, and this loss is a problem not just for nature, but for people too. Read more

  • Big News on Neonics!

    The Wildlife Trusts explore a legal challenge to the Government's decision to allow emergency use of incredibly harmful neonicotinoid pesticide Thiamethoxam. Emergency authorisation was refused in 2018 – what’s changed? Read more