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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has thanked us at Castle Rock for producing a brand new beer to support its work in Trent Vale - the latest in our series of beers named after nature reserves cared for by the wildlife charity.

The latest, Trent Valley Reserve, is a traditional East Midlands-style light brown best bitter will be on sale from September to November at Castle Rock pubs and other outlets. The last beer in the series, Skylarks Reserve, was a sensational success over the summer, selling out well ahead of schedule.

(l-r) Castle Rock's Lewis Townsend, Fox and Crown landlady, Caroline Franklin, and Isabel Greed of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

(l-r) Castle Rock’s Lewis Townsend, Fox and Crown landlady, Caroline Franklin, and Isabel Greed of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

The Trent Vale area covers the River Trent and its surrounding landscape from Newark to East and West Stockwith just north of Gainsborough.

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust cares for 67 nature reserves in the County including a number in the heart of the Trent Vale area at Besthorpe and Spalford and Girton. In addition to the Wildlife Trust’s sites the area contains a wide range of important wildlife habitats, especially areas rare species-rich floodplain meadow.