Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre

Our Partnership

The WSBRC runs as a partnership initiative whereby stakeholders establish either Service Level Agreements or Data Exchange Agreements to provide funding and/or exchanges of data to support our work. Specific services and products are also provided as required by each individual organisation depending on their needs and level of support. A cross-section of stakeholders is represented on the WSBRC Advisory Committee which meets quarterly.

Increasingly, the Records Centre is exchanging data with a wider range of groups or individuals with which it has no financial relationship but where an exchange of data is mutually beneficial. This must be balanced with sustainable funding to enable the data obtained to be suitably managed and made available.

If your organisation or group is interested entering a Service Level Agreement or other type of arrangement with the WSBRC you are very welcome to contact us to discuss this.

Below are some of the stakeholders who support the WSBRC through funding or data exchange. Click on the logos to link to their websites where these are available.

 



Field Maple in Autumn, WWT

  

Brown Hare, WWT/Darin Smith

 

Common Toad, WWT/ Darin Smith

 

Ancient beech pollard, WSBRC/Sharon Pilkington

 

Grass Snake, WSBRC/ Roger Feltham

 

Hagbourne Copse bluebells, WWT/ David Hall

 

Farmland, WWT/ David Hall

The WSBRC is housed at Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, a Company Limited by Guarantee and registered as a charity. No. 266202
Registered Office: Elm Tree Court, Long Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1NJ. Limited Company No. 730536