News

  • 5,500 year old bog oaks!

    Monday 20th March, 2017

    Researchers from Manchester Metropolitan University are currently investigating the vegetation history of Little Woolden Moss, with a view to dating and understanding the nature of a prehistoric woodland that once grew over parts of the site...

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  • What is the future of the HIVE?

    Wednesday 15th March, 2017

    We've received a healthy number of responses regarding the consultation themes which we hope might shape the future of the HIVE. This has been extremely useful in identifying areas where we may focus future development, read on for more of our key findings...

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  • Chat Moss project - FREE art competition for our new family trail!

    Monday 13th March, 2017

    We want to create an inspiring trail on Little Woolden Moss and we're looking for creative input from the area's youngsters...

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  • Biodiverse Society - Blog March 2017

    Monday 13th March, 2017

    A new year has brought new challenges and experiences for our Biodiverse Society team, as one of our Lancashire Trainees, Amelia Airey, explains...

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  • Trust supports Formby land transfer

    Wednesday 8th March, 2017

    Red squirrel on NT's Formby reserve

    The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has welcomed the potential transfer of 204 hectares of land on the Sefton Coast to the National Trust. Sefton Council has just published a formal notice considering the disposal of land to the northern and southern side of Lifeboat Road (Formby Point).

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  • Transforming school grounds with Forest Schools

    Thursday 2nd March, 2017

    Transforming school grounds with Forest Schools

    The Trust offers a range of services to transform school grounds with wonderful outdoor learning spaces and other wildlife amenities. Discover the Forest Schools classrooms, pond areas and more that we’re enriching schools with across the region.

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  • Discover Greater Manchester wildlife

    Thursday 2nd March, 2017

    Discover Greater Manchester wildlife

    The Lancashire Wildlife Trust covers most of Greater Manchester. We have put together a useful web guide to wildlife sites split by parliamentary constituency. Read on to find wildlife on your doorstep, wherever you live in Greater Manchester.

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  • Help shape the future of THE HIVE!

    Monday 27th February, 2017

    We want to hear YOUR views on the future of the HIVE at Moss Bank Park...

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  • Vital volunteers needed to save our last red squirrels

    Friday 24th February, 2017

    Squirrel map

    The Wildlife Trusts are leading the largest ever recruitment drive for red squirrel volunteers. With the help of National Lottery funding, the Trusts aim to increase volunteer numbers from 500 to 5000 to save the UK’s last red squirrels.

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  • Early squirrel getting some TLC

    Friday 24th February, 2017

    Tiny red squirrel being fed

    A tiny red squirrel is recovering with Wildlife Trust officers after a traumatic start to its life.

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