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  • Health Professionals get a taste of the Myplace project

    Friday 18th August, 2017

    Health professionals had a wild day out to find out more about an exciting community project to boost young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

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  • MP Rosie signs up to protect wildlife

    Friday 11th August, 2017

    West Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper spent an afternoon among the birds and the bees before signing a Pledge for The Environment.

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  • Celebrating a 10 year relationship working together for wildlife

    Tuesday 1st August, 2017

    Back in 2007, the Wildlife Trusts started working together in partnership with Vine House Farm Bird Foods, helping to protect and restore areas for nature and inspire people to experience wildlife first-hand. Vine House Farm has contributed to this effort by donating up to 5% of its bird food sales, which currently stands at over £1.25million.

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  • Zombie caterpillars on death march

    Tuesday 1st August, 2017

    Zombie caterpillars are on a relentless march to their deaths on a Lancashire moss...

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  • Parents get stuck in at Forest School

    Monday 24th July, 2017

    Parents got ‘forest schooled’ by their own children at St Malachy’s end of year barbecue to celebrate about the Forest School Project run with Lancashire Wildlife Trust.

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  • West Pennine Moors becomes largest protected wildlife site in a decade

    Thursday 20th July, 2017

    The West Pennine Moors is the largest new site of special scientific interest (SSSI) notified by Natural England since 2004, covering a total of 76 square kilometres between Chorley, Blackburn, Bolton and Haslingden in Lancashire and Greater Manchester.

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  • Biodiverse Society - Blog July 2017

    Friday 14th July, 2017

    May and June were extremely busy months for our Biodiverse Society Team, with events all over Lancashire and Merseyside to attend. Here two of the trainees explain just exactly what they were up to...

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  • Children get muddy for Forest School launch

    Thursday 6th July, 2017

    Fun and laughter were on the agenda at Everton Park Nature Garden as Lancashire Wildlife Trust officially launched its Liverpool Forest School project.

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  • Visitor feedback helps shape new Brockholes car parking fees

    Wednesday 28th June, 2017

    The summer season is now in full swing at our Brockholes Nature Reserve in Preston and if you are planning to visit soon, you might notice some changes to their car park prices.

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  • Bushcraft tools and construction... with Forest School!

    Monday 12th June, 2017

    Our Forest School sessions are helping youngsters learn crucial teamwork schools that we think may help save the construction industry! Project Communications Assistant Emma Ackerley explains...

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