• How we're making a positive difference to people’s lives

    Friday 9th February, 2018

    Children’s Mental Health Week (5–11th Feb) is all about encouraging young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness. This year’s campaign is all about highlighting the importance of #BeingOurselves and here at the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside we couldn’t agree more.

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  • Seal pup rescued from beach

    Friday 26th January, 2018

    Seal pup found on Cleveleys beach by Emily Parr and Kate Owen

    The Living Seas team was involved in the rescue of a grey seal pup on the beach at Cleveleys today.

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  • Forest School: A Teacher's Journey

    Monday 22nd January, 2018

    Since 2015, Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Forest School Project has trained fifty teachers to become qualified level 3 Forest School Leaders, thanks to support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery. We've got a lovely video depicting the training, watch here...

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  • Help the Mayor make Manchester green

    Wednesday 17th January, 2018

    Andy Burnham

    The Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham has announced his ambitions for making Greater Manchester one of the leading green counties in Europe.

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  • New guidelines call for homes for people and wildlife

    Thursday 11th January, 2018

    We want to protect wildlife if homes are built

    New guidelines published today show how new housing developments can be built in a way that provides people with greener, inspirational homes which help to reverse decades of wildlife and habitat decline in the North West and the rest of the UK.

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  • Trusts chief Stephanie give cautious welcome to green plan

    Thursday 11th January, 2018

    Stephanie Hilborne CE The Wildlife Trusts (c) The Wildlife Trusts

    Prime Minister Theresa May has recognised the importance of the environment and young people in her speech today but will her Government be able to these follow these fine words with actions?

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  • National award for Myplace

    Wednesday 10th January, 2018

    Myplace at Brockholes

    Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust and The Lancashire Wildlife Trust bagged an award at the first national, Children and Young People Mental Health (CYPMH) Awards ceremony which was held to celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams working in mental health.

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  • Winter spectacles spotted across our Nature Reserves

    Friday 22nd December, 2017

    Winter can be a difficult time for much of our wildlife. The days are shorter and there is generally less food available. Many species band together into larger groups this time of year to keep warm and to make finding food easier. This, combined with the lack of foliage makes spotting wildlife a bit easier and there’s plenty going on across all of our reserves…

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  • Christmas Celebrations at Forest School

    Thursday 21st December, 2017

    This month pupils, parents and teachers from Beacon Church of England Primary School came together with Lancashire Wildlife Trust to celebrate Christmas the Forest School way at an event in Everton Park Nature Garden in Liverpool.

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  • Providing opportunities for the next generation

    Monday 18th December, 2017

    Lancashire Wildlife Trust provides key work experience opportunities to the next generation of conservationists through placements. Kieron Lowe recently completed his college placement with us here at HQ, he explains below...

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