Barn owl by Peter Smith
Find out how we protect wildlife across the North West, and the work you can get involved with.
We have over 50 Nature Reserves and Local Wildlife Sites across the region, so come and explore.
We work to protect wildlife for future generations, and this is how we do it.
Get involved, get out the house and get stuck in with some practical wildlife experiences.
We were founded in 1962 as The Lancashire Naturalists' Trust, discover our history, objectives and ethos.
We receive zero government funding and rely on our members and grants to support our charitable activities.
We all know that life has been anything but normal over the last few months and all, including us here at Myplace, have had to adapt to new ways of life.
We sat down and had a chat with…
David shares his Myplace journey with us. Starting with the project just before the lockdown restrictions were imposed, David has experienced both face-to-face and online ecotherapy sessions which…
Dan shares his Myplace journey with us and how the confidence and skills he has gained along the way have helped him go from strength to strength.
Did you know, contact with nature has been scientifically proven to make us feel healthier and happier? Communications Officer, Ellie, finds out how.
Volunteering for The Wildlife Trusts isn’t just great for wildlife, it’s good for you too as nature and wellbeing manager, Dom Higgins explains.
Approximately 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem each year*. Why not discover a wild way to wellbeing with these five simple tips?