Who we are
Froglife is managed by a board of trustees with a wide variety of experience and a senior management team with varied professional backgrounds. A team of experienced staff deliver conservation and education projects across the UK, supported by the administration team. We also have a board of external advisors with expertise in a range of fields. Finally, Froglife is supported by dedicated volunteers who work on every project and in our offices to help us deliver results for our species and project participants.
You can find out more about our team, our strategy and projects by exploring the options in the menu on the left.
What we do
Since 1989 Froglife has been at the heart of efforts to conserve native amphibians and reptiles. Throughout this time we have initiated a number of national and regional projects, and remained a central voice for public advice on issues surrounding reptile and amphibian conservation. Froglife’s work falls into three strands: on the ground conservation, environmental education and communication (the provision of advice/information).
Info & advice
Froglife receives thousands of enquiries each year from gardeners creating a pond for amphibians, and land managers wishing to encourage reptiles, to schools trying to learn more about native wildlife. For information on these topics and many more, have a look at the following sections. If you have a question that you can’t find the answer to on these pages please email email@example.com, unfortunately we no longer have funding to provide an enquiries line so cannot provide advice on the phone
Froglife is a registered charity in England & Wales (no. 1093372) and Scotland (no. SC041854)
Who to contact
Where to go
Froglife, (Head Office)
- PE4 5BW
The service takes place in several green spaces and wildlife places in the city including two allotment sites, local nature reserves, a community garden and other green spaces
- Age Ranges
- Our youth offending service is available to young people and young people at risk of offending up to the age of 18 years
- Referral required
- Referral Details
We only accept referrals from the youth offending service, however Froglife does manage several other projects that are funded through other sources, you can visit our website www.froglife.org to see what other activities we are running in your area.
Froglife, a national wildlife conservation organisation, carries out conservation focused activities with young offenders as part of delivering their court orders. Activities are community focused, enhancing the quality of local green spaces and wild places.
Froglife works with young offenders and young people at risk of offending. We carry out wildlife conservation focused activities with the young people. Young people work on local green spaces and wildlife places to enhance their aesthetic appeal and wildlife value. Activities include building and restoring ponds, building and installing wildlife homes such as bird boxes, installing dipping platforms/bird hides etc, carrying out wildlife surveys and managing wildlife gardens and allotments. The young people have also worked at several schools in the city creating wildllife gardens these include the installation of an educational pond and dipping platform and several wildlife additions to enhance the schools outdoor educational facitilies.
- Contact Name
- Kathy Wormald
- Contact Telephone
- 01733 602102
- Contact Email