Kath says farewell to Brockholes
Tuesday 25th August, 2015
Brockholes General Manager, Kath Knight has hung up her keys for the final time as she moves on to pastures new...
No water scare at Brockholes
Friday 21st August, 2015
Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink . . . except at Brockholes.
A wander into the Carbon Landscape
Friday 14th August, 2015
An unusually warm and sunny day greeted Team LWT for the advertised wander about the Carbon Landscape of Salford’s Mosslands and all was relatively quiet until DAVE STEEL was allowed to take the floor.
Fawn ends fears over deer
Wednesday 12th August, 2015
Fears over a “one-eyed” deer on a Lancashire nature reserve have turned to delight after she was seen with a fawn, story by Heath Reidy.
Plants with a purpose
Sunday 9th August, 2015
Plants have been used by people for thousands of years, not just for food, but for building shelters, dyeing cloth and making medicines.
School’s eco-warriors help wildlife
Friday 7th August, 2015
Children at a Fylde primary school raised £250 when they held an eco-warrior jumble sale in the playground.
Raising charity awareness through Moston Fairway
Wednesday 5th August, 2015
Publicity from the visit to our Forest Schools project in Manchester by TV naturalist Nick Baker caught the eye of many, including local charity activist James McCarthy, who contacted us to talk about the impact charity projects like this are having in Manchester...
Family fun day celebrates Moston Brook's wildlife corridor
Tuesday 4th August, 2015
Crowds flocked to Park Avenue in Moston on Saturday 1st August for the annual Moston Brook Fun Day.
Roo uses flock tactics
Thursday 30th July, 2015
As ITV prepares to reveal celebrity trainee shepherds on Flock Stars tonight, Alan Wright gets to meet our very own flock stars as they shear the conservation grazing sheep. And he gets a different view of the Trust’s super sheepdog Roo.
Company is tops with Wildlife Trust
Tuesday 28th July, 2015
Bird-watchers and children in Salford are avoiding the rain after getting a roof over their heads.