Who says the coast should be saved for summer? When the temperature drops and the crowds disperse, you’re left with a wonderfully wild, windswept landscape that’s ripe for rambling.
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You’ve heard of Forest School, but what about Beach School? Find out how taking teaching to the beach is reconnecting children to the coast, no matter their background.
With National Marine Week now upon us, we caught up with TWT Living Seas Officer, Donal Griffin, to find out just what The Wildlife Trust initiative, Shoresearch, is all about!
Happy National Marine Week! Are you ready to be inspired by the magical worlds that wait beneath the waves around the UK?
It takes planning and an early start when you are cleaning up the beaches of Lancashire. Andy Laverick is a Marine Conservation Society Sea Champion and Lancashire Wildlife Trust volunteer.
The role of a Marketing Officer is never purely what it says on the contract. Having worked at the Trust for seven months now, I have been on various team building trips to learn more about the…
Sand dunes aren’t just a feature of exotic deserts – we have our very own sand dune systems in Lancashire and Merseyside. But how did they form, and why are sand dunes so important?
Do you feel an affinity with a particular Irish Sea wonder? Take our National Marine Week quiz and find out which marine creature you are!
From starfish to sharks, our Irish Sea is full of rock and roll sea stars with more charisma than even the most legendary frontman.
Fire has devastated Lytham St Annes Local Nature Reserve, usually a wild and untamed corner of our coast.