News

  • Young conservationists and farmers look to the future

    Friday 8th December, 2017

    Young farmers and conservationists are looking at pioneering land management practices that promote benefits for wildlife and the wider environment.

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  • Wishing our trainees a bright future

    Friday 8th December, 2017

    As our My Biodiverse Society trainees finish up, we wish them a really warm goodbye as they start their careers as conservationists. Here our Merseyside Trainee Officers Johnny Pescod and Mark Pritchard explain what the traineeship has meant to them.

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  • Want to defend nature? Let children play outdoors

    Thursday 30th November, 2017

    Our Forest School Project is helping to protect nature and reduce pollution far into the future. How? By letting children play outside. Assistant Communications Officer, Molly Toal, explains.

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  • Big Badgers Day Out

    Monday 27th November, 2017

    The Wildlife Watch leaders the 'Big Badgers' got together recently for their annual meet up to share ideas and knowledge about the natural world. Read on to find out more about the Children's branch of the Wildlife Trust - Wildlife WATCH.

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  • A Fond Farewell

    Monday 13th November, 2017

    A fond farewell to our Biodiverse Society Trainees and as their traineeship came to a close Johnny Pescod and Paul Jones tell us what they’ve been up to….

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  • Forest School set to help 1000s more children

    Friday 10th November, 2017

    Lancashire Wildlife Trust have received a generous £116K from players of People’s Postcode Lottery, to deliver another year of their Forest School Project across Manchester and Liverpool. The project is aimed at reconnecting urban children back with nature and wildlife through bushcraft activities at weekly sessions.

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  • Saving the Red Admiral

    Thursday 9th November, 2017

    David Barnes, Kingfisher Trial Volunteer attended Ray Sandiford's talk on how he's been trying to save the Red admiral butterfly for most of his life. David gives an overview of Ray's work below.

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  • Entrepreneur Annemiek Hoogenboom awarded Rothschild medal

    Thursday 26th October, 2017

    Social entrepreneur and Country Director of People's Postcode Lottery - Annemiek Hoogenboom received a prestigious medal from The Wildlife Trusts at an event in London on 24 October, in honour of her outstanding fundraising for humanitarian and environmental causes. In particular, for nature conservation and giving children the opportunity to experience wildlife.

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  • Mere Sands Wood gets a lift with new building

    Tuesday 24th October, 2017

    The new building arrives pic by Molly Toal

    A new era has landed at one of our most popular nature reserves – on the back of three lorries.

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  • Prince Harry visits Brockholes

    Monday 23rd October, 2017

    His Royal Highness Prince Harry went down to the woods today and had a wonderful surprise when he met young people on the Myplace project at Brockholes.

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