• Wild About Gardens Week 2016

    Monday 24th October, 2016

    Today sees the launch of the 2016 Wild about Gardens Week, a joint initiative by the RHS, The Wildlife Trusts and Bat Conservation Trust to encourage people to support wildlife in their gardens, with a focus on our UK bats.

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  • Falling in love with Forest Schools: meet the education officers

    Monday 17th October, 2016

    Falling in love with Forest Schools: meet the education officers

    Wildlife cards, buckets full of hand lenses, and dark green groundsheets. Loading up a Wildlife Trust van at Brockholes very early one frosty morning is Forest Schools education officer Suzanne Stewart. With a beaming smile, Sooz is setting off down the motorway for a foray into the wild side of urban Manchester.

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  • Volunteer Conference a Hit!

    Thursday 13th October, 2016

    Almost 160 staff and volunteers got together last weekend at the annual Lancashire Wildlife Trust Volunteer Conference to celebrate the dedication and hard work of volunteers, who are crucial to the work of the Trust.

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  • What's Nexit - the future for wildlife

    Friday 7th October, 2016

    Path into reeds

    Nexit? A conference exploring the future for people and wildlife in Lancashire, Manchester & North Merseyside, and the UK, following the EU referendum took place at Brockholes Nature Reserve.

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  • Wildlife Trust concerns over fracking approval

    Thursday 6th October, 2016

    The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has raised concerns today as the government ruled that horizontal fracking can go ahead. Plans for fracking at Cuadrilla’s site in Lancashire have been given the go ahead by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid.

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  • Weekend walk discovers #thelastred

    Tuesday 4th October, 2016

    Weekend walk discovers #thelastred

    23 people marked Red Squirrel Week by joining our a free guided walk at our Freshfield Dune Heath nature reserve...

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  • Help save our red squirrels

    Sunday 2nd October, 2016

    Help save our red squirrels in and around Formby

    The red squirrel population of the Sefton coast is the most southerly mainland population in England. Our nature reserve at Freshfield Dune Heath in Formby lies at the heart of the red squirrel refuge and our Red Squirrel Project works across North Merseyside and West Lancashire to safeguard and expand this vital population.

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  • John's 100 up - speaker team is a winner

    Friday 30th September, 2016

    John Ball

    The Lancashire Wildlife Trust Speaker team is spreading the word about wildlife conservation in the region.

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  • Red squirrels & other free guided walks 2-6 Oct

    Tuesday 27th September, 2016

    Red squirrels & other free guided walks 2-6 Oct

    Join us on a walk to discover red squirrels at Freshfield Dune Heath, waterbirds and woodland at Mere Sands Wood, or our award-winning visitor centre at Brockholes.

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  • Good year for the Trust

    Tuesday 27th September, 2016

    AR cover

    What a year it has been for The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside.

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