New charity partnership with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

We are proud to have partnered with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust as part of our commitment to the environment and sustainability.

Clegg Group has become a business partner of the charity, which is the leading wildlife conservation charity working to protect and enhance the wildlife and habitats of Nottinghamshire.

The sponsorship for the partnership draws on our charity fund – which is used to support worthy local causes that align with the aim of promoting environmental and sustainability causes, protecting wildlife, and promoting health and well-being.

John Moxon, business development director at Clegg Food Projects, said: “Charity work and giving back to the local community is incredibly important to us. We’re therefore really pleased to team up with Clegg Construction to become a business partner of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust – ensuring the entire company is helping to raise awareness of the Trust and its aims as well as offering support for the charity.”

Mark Hyde, business development manager at Clegg Construction and trustee of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, added: “Clegg Group is a Nottingham-based company, working in the county as well as further afield, and many of our team also live here. As such, we’re keen to do our bit to help protect nature and our local environment, as well as support important good causes like Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. Being a trustee of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is a privilege and something I enjoy, and I am very pleased that Clegg Group is also now getting involved formally to support this very worthwhile charity.”

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, based at the Old Ragged School in Brook Street, Nottingham, has charitable aims to protect Nottinghamshire’s wildlife, restore biodiversity, and inspire people about the natural world.  The charity states that 30% is the bare minimum that nature needs to start recovering and that we are far short of this currently.

As part of the partnership with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, there will be opportunities for Clegg Group staff to get involved in various initiatives around environmental sustainability, protecting wildlife, and health and well-being promotion.

Emily Patrick, business partnerships lead at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, commented: “We are thrilled to have the support of local businesses like Clegg Group who want to see change in Nottinghamshire. Without the support of our business partners, volunteers and members we wouldn’t be able to make the impact we do for wildlife.”

Three people standing outside
L-R: Emily Patrick (Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust), John Moxon, and Mark Hyde (Clegg Group)

For more information about Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, please visit: or get in touch with our team.