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Meet our corporate partners

All our current partners are helping us to bring the wild back to life. Their support means we are able to plan and continue our vital conservation work as effectively as possible. We are very grateful for their support, and by purchasing their products you will be supporting us too.

CJ Wildlife

CJ Wildlife is one of the UKs leading specialist suppliers of garden bird and wildlife products with a range of food, habitats and care products. Based on the same farm in rural Shropshire where it all started 30 years ago, their dedicated team work alongside ornithologists and wildlife experts to research and develop products which can help their customers care for more wildlife in their garden. Their mission is to make a significant, recognisable contribution to wildlife research and conservation efforts and they are proud to work with more than 20 conservation charities and wildlife organisations across Europe to support the vital work and research they carry out to protect our natural world for future generations.

For more details on their extensive range of food, feeders and habitats for birds and wildlife, plus optics, pollinating plants, wildlife-themed gifts, books and much more visit their website. PTES supporters can enjoy 10% discount off products from CJ Wildlife using the code UKPTES19 .

Doodles & Scribbles

Doodles & Scribbles create beautiful books for young bookworms, centred on nature. Lucy Reynolds (author) has a PhD in poetry and is an avid bird spotter, leaf identifier and flower fanatic. Jenna Herman (Illustrator) has a degree in fine art and her illustrations are inspired by the beauty of nature all around us; using details from leaves, flowers and insects to create patterns and pretty designs. Combining their backgrounds in poetry and fine art, their books are perfect for little explorers.

For each Hedgehogs Don’t Live in the City! book sold, we receive 10% to put towards hedgehog conservation. Visit their website:

Organic Tools

Organic Tools pursues the vision of offering the best tools for a future-oriented and small-structured agriculture. Its first development, the fruit harvester “Obstraupe”, was specifically developed for traditional orchards. Their tools are designed to ensure more economic methods of harvesting what is typically a very challenging garden.

We receive 5% of every sale Organic Tools make. Please visit their website to discover their innovative tools!

Warner’s Distillery

We’re delighted to be partnering with craft gin distillers, Warner’s Distillery. Zoe from Warner’s explains a bit more about how they are inspired by nature:

We started in 2012 on our beautiful family farm, with no idea what we were getting ourselves into. We began with the things that matter most and a dream to save the world from mediocre gin. We ended up stripping the industry back to its roots: we became gin farmers.

Our gin is crafted with nature. We draw water from our spring, grow the botanicals, and collect fresh honey from our own beehives. We try to keep things local and, as custodians of the land, we harvest with a respect for nature and the community. As we go, we try to give back more than we take: re-sow, replant, rebuild.

Within the UK, and increasingly in new export markets, we are pioneering the super-premium and natural flavoured gin category, predominantly via our
Raspberry, Rhubarb, Honeybee and Elderflower gins. “

For each bottle sold of their new raspberry gin with fresh hedgerow fruits, we receive a donation for our hedgerow work that’s helping dormice and other hedgerow wildlife. The gin is distilled at Falls Farm, Northants, where we’ll be surveying hedgerows and advising on their management. Visit their gin shop to buy your bottle of Warner’s Raspberry Gin online now.

If you’d like to discuss any aspect of corporate support please contact holly.baines@ptes.org

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