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  • A special visit to Brockholes and big thank you to our volunteers

    Thursday 26th April, 2018

    The Mayor and Mayoress of Preston visit volunteers at Brockholes

    Volunteers were delighted to welcome the Mayor and Mayoress of Preston at a recent volunteer day to transform an area of Brockholes nature reserve into a plant growers paradise.

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  • Epic mystery of Lancashire’s willow tits

    Wednesday 11th April, 2018

    Willow tit by Peter Smith NW Wild Images (1)

    The discovery of Britain’s most endangered small bird on two nature reserves in Preston has delighted conservationists.

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  • Act swiftly to save our wildlife

    Saturday 7th April, 2018

    Swift by John Bridges

    Wildlife in Lancashire has been deeply affected by housing development and agricultural planning for 100 years.

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  • I wish I'd Adder sighting like that...

    Thursday 29th March, 2018

    The UK’s only venomous snake has been spotted in Lancashire. Though we’ve lost most of our scary animals like bears, wolves, and lynxes. The Adder is one of our last ‘claims to fame’ of a wild dangerous animal inhabiting our island.

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  • Special Discount for Lancashire Nature Book

    Thursday 29th March, 2018

    Lancashire: A journey into the wild is a superb new book written by John Lamb, our Senior Conservation Officer here at Lancashire Wildlife Trust. We’re offering a special discount for anyone ordering the book before the 30th April 2018.

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  • Giving Back to Our Family Members

    Wednesday 7th March, 2018

    We really appreciate the support of our members, without your kindness we couldn’t care for wildlife and protect habitats and species across your region.

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  • Wildlife Walks with Myplace

    Wednesday 7th March, 2018

    At Myplace we have taken on the challenge to dedicate a week to each of our five key themes.

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  • Finding a way back for water voles

    Tuesday 6th March, 2018

    One of the UK’s most charismatic mammals faces a bleak future without urgent help from the Government, land owners and nature lovers.

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  • Mindful Minutes with Myplace

    Thursday 1st March, 2018

    Myplace, is the Lancashire Wildlife Trust and Lancashire Care Foundation Trusts ecotherapy project. Weekly sessions or ‘hubs’ are organised around Preston, Chorley, West and East Lancashire. The ecotherapy activities on offer are based around five key themes; practical conservation work, wildlife walks, mindful environments, growing projects and bush craft.

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  • No Finer Life than farming in the 40s

    Thursday 1st March, 2018

    The past and future of agriculture were on the agenda as the theatre came to Brockholes last night.

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