Beaverbrooks The Jewellers joined The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside as Gold Corporate supporters in October 2008
"We care about our people and our people care about others. Each year, Beaverbrooks contributes 20% of our post-tax profits to charity - in the past eight years the figure donated by the Company has exceeded 3.5 million." Visit their website
Hanson Cement (formerly Castle Cement) joined our list of supporters in 2003 and have actively engaged with us since on a variety of projects including National Insect Week, Chatburn Wildife Garden and our work at Salthill and Cross Hill Quarries. They also hosted a visit by Kate Humble as part of Quarrywatch and children from Chatburn Primary School were able to meet the TV star in person when she joined in their pond dipping activities. Visit their website
Freedom Renewables are keen to help preserve natural conservations, and will help support the Lancashire Wildlife Trust. As well as supporting the Trust financially they are also keen to get involved in any way they can, giving their staff the opportunity to volunteer throughout the year, in company time, for events and fundraising opportunities.
As a company concerned with its environment Freedom Renewables is working to reduce the UK’s reliance on fossil fuels by providing free and funded renewable energy measures and low-carbon technologies to homeowners and tenants throughout the North West of the country.
Freedom Renewables have also pledged support to Manchester; ‘A Certain Future’ and are currently working towards their Environmental Business Pledge award.
Liverpool Mutual Homes were formed in April 2008 after they took over ownership of Liverpool City Council’s last 15,000 homes. With the transfer of ownership came £380 million investment to bring the homes up to modern standards over a five year period. This included new doors, windows, central heating , kitchens and bathrooms. LMH is unique in terms of it being a tenant lead housing association with the majority of its board members being LMH tenants. LMH are also about investing in the neighbourhoods across the city where we manage homes to make them greener, pleasant and sustainable for current and future generations. Visit their website
Manchester Airport have been a corporate member of the Trust for over five years now. Now handling around 18 million passengers each year, Manchester has gown into it one of Europe's busiest airports. Visit their website
RBS have been supporters of us for many years, while various teams have been involved in corporate work party days at both Seven Acres and Doffcocker Lodge Local Nature Reserves in Bolton. Visit their website
Corporate supporters for a number of years providing core income to support the Trust. Sita also fund many of our projects through their landfill tax credit Enhancing Nature / Enriching Communities schemes. Visit their website
City West Housing Trust based in Eccles is our latest new corporate member. City West is a ‘can-do, will-do’ organisation supporting neighbourhoods and communities where people want to live. They have a commitment to develop new businesses and social enterprises both within and outside the housing sector, and to pursue objectives around the green agenda, corporate social responsibility, environmental improvements and entrepreneurship. Visit their website
Tarmac have supported us both with their corporate subscription and in kind donation of aggregate for footpaths at our Cross Hill Quarry Nature Reserve in Clitheroe. The Trust works closely with Tarmac advising on conservation issues relating to sand and aggregate extraction sites. Visit their website
For more information about corporate membership and how it can help your business, please contact
Tel: 01772 324 129
email: Ruth Gaskell