News

  • Super mower boost for wildlife

    Saturday 21st January, 2017

    Reserve Officer Duncan Goulder mows a patch of dense rush. Lapwing need a vegeta

    A giant mower will help to clear the way for declining bird species at Brockholes nature reserve.

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  • Totem support for wildlife

    Friday 20th January, 2017

    A colourful poll on Little Woolden Moss

    Pupils from Irlam and Cadishead High School have gone native to celebrate the mosslands on their doorstep.

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  • Help shape the future of Lunt Meadows

    Monday 16th January, 2017

    Lunt Meadows Nature Reserve in Merseyside has proven very popular since opening last year - and we're looking for your opinions as we continue the development of this wonderful nature reserve.

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  • Photography Bug sweeps Brockholes!

    Friday 13th January, 2017

    Our Brockholes Nature Reserve in Preston is a photographers dream, thanks to its varied wildlife and seasonal changes. As a result it has become home to one of the most popular and high-quality monthly amateur photography competitions in the region...

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  • Forest Schools for 2017 in Liverpool and Manchester

    Thursday 12th January, 2017

    Forest Schools for 2017 in Liverpool and Manchester

    We are delighted to announce that the Forest Schools project we have been running since April 2015 in Manchester will be expanding for 2017. Supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, our funding for Forest Schools sessions has been doubled to £100,000 to allow us to set up a twin project in Liverpool.

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  • Kingfisher Trail Blog - January 2017

    Tuesday 10th January, 2017

    During the last year Kingfisher Trail volunteer David Barnes has been getting out and about meeting some of the key people who make the Kingfisher Trail the special place it is. This month he meets Rob Trueblood, the chairman of the 'Friends of Prestwich Forest Park'…

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  • New poll shows children like to be outdoors and enjoy wild places

    Saturday 24th December, 2016

    Bouncing animals in the ad

    At a time when people prepare to gather indoors for Christmas, a new poll published today shows that an overwhelming majority of feel happy being outdoors

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  • From the Shed to the Garden!

    Friday 16th December, 2016

    Two new impressive seats constructed by our 'Men in Sheds' project, were installed this week as part of Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s work to transform an underused garden area in Burnage, Manchester into a space which is fantastic for wildlife and older residents.

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  • Nature Reserve home to a fitting World War tribute

    Thursday 15th December, 2016

    History met nature at a poignant ceremony at The Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Freshfield Dune Heath Nature Reserve in Formby, Merseyside, last week.

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  • 36 Men in their Shed!

    Monday 12th December, 2016

    One of our most successful projects, ‘Men in Sheds’, has reached its half way point and is continuing to make a positive difference for local communities...

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