Help to keep your local nature special.
As your local Wildlife Trust we work on your doorstep to give wildlife a chance to thrive and provide wild spaces for people to enjoy.
We create and connect habitats, campaign to protect species and habitats on land and at sea, and teach people of all ages about the natural world and how to care for it.
Being part of the national Wildlife Trust movement gives us the driving force to stand up for wildlife and nature conservation on a local and national scale.
We depend on our members so that we can continue our vital work in the region:
- We look after 38 nature reserve sites in our region. That's over 1,300 hectares we are protecting for wildlife
- Our campaigning has seen the Marine Bill prioritised, key habitats and species protected
- We inspire over 30,000 children in our area every year
Membership from just £2 per month
We will send you a welcome pack with a guide to the best wild places to visit and an introduction to our work. Keep up to date with our membership magazine and e-new where you will find opportunities to get involved.
Family members will also recieve all kinds of goodies including poster, stickers, quarterly magazines and the opportunity to join in your local Wildlife Watch group.
Why have others become a member?
"I have always found solace in animals and nature since being a child.
"My personal belief is that disconnection from nature is a huge part of the problem that humanity faces these days and therefore, I feel the work Lancashire Wildlife Trust does is vitally important on a huge level."
"I've always enjoyed being outdoors and in nature and being a member of The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has broadened the opportunity to visit different reserves.
"Through attending various workshops I've been able to develop my interests and I now spend quite a bit of time recording wildlife online for various groups."
"I've always been interested in and loved wildlife and nature, so becoming the member of my local Wildlife Trust was a natural step.
"Joining LWT has only increased my passion for nature and it has inspired me so much that I have recently made a wildlife garden in my new home."
"As a life-long wildlife enthusiast I have always been passionate about and interested in nature.
"I am concerned about the anti-environment policies that are being implemented and as a result I am a member of a number of organisations who agree with and act upon with my views and beliefs - The Lancashire Wildlife Trust is certainly one of these!"