Making Room for a View!
Friday 17th October, 2014
Residents living close to a Lancashire nature reserve are getting better views of the surrounding countryside because of the work of hardy volunteers.
A legacy for nature: A gift for future generations
Wednesday 15th October, 2014
Nature is an iconic part of who we are in Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside.
Brockholes Volunteers making a difference
Monday 13th October, 2014
One of the reasons Brockholes nature reserve has continued to develop into one of the region’s premier wildlife sites, is because of the fantastic and often unheralded work that our weekly practical conservation volunteer groups do.
A Tale of Two Cities hoping for the best of times
Tuesday 7th October, 2014
It may very well be the best of times soon in the North West, as Manchester and Liverpool have combined to become finalists in a national competition to become England’s landmark ‘Grow Wild’ site.
The return of the reds
Friday 3rd October, 2014
Red squirrels are bouncing back from a disease that almost wiped them out in the North West.
The way forward for Winmarleigh
Friday 26th September, 2014
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has been involved in discussions with local people and groups around Winmarleigh Moss before it carries out vital works.
Completing the Circle
Monday 22nd September, 2014
Volunteers are being sought to help complete a stone circle which will be a monument overlooking Brockholes.
Night heron makes birders’ day
Thursday 18th September, 2014
Birders are flocking to see a royal visitor at Brockholes – the black crowned night heron.
Osprey platform gets off the ground
Monday 8th September, 2014
Attracting ospreys to nest in Lancashire might seem a tall order but Brockholes is giving it a go.
Call for a Greener Britain
Thursday 4th September, 2014
A coalition of the UK’s leading environmental groups, including the The Wildlife Trusts, National Trust, WWF, RSPB, Greenpeace,and Friends of the Earth, are today calling for all political parties to commit to a greener Britain by 2020 by pledging seven major priorities at the next election to reform the way we use energy, build communities and protect nature.