Connecting people with nature

Connecting people with nature

Nature tots

We know living a little wild is good for people as well as wildlife

We believe that wildlife is essential to a healthy environment for human beings, and work with people from all walks of life - from industry, Government and landowners to communities and families - to make sure nature gets a chance.

Our people and wildlife projects

My Place project

My Place project

Myplace

In partnership with the Lancashire Care Foundation Trust we have spent the first year running taster sessions, and developing activities and sites to become hubs. The project is gathering interest in how activity in nature can have a positive effect on mental wellbeing.

Find out more

Men In Sheds

Men in Sheds

Men In Sheds project at our Bolton ERC has had outstanding success, engaging a wide range of men who are keen to put practical skills to use and make things for our centre and its grounds. They're now being commissioned for work in other green spaces.

Find out more

Wild Families

Wild Families 

Wild Families

Our work with children, young people and families has engaged a significant number of people through Nature Tots, Wild Families and Wild Parties events; bringing them closer to nature.

Brockholes in particular has seen record numbers of families and children at inspiring events.

Find out more

A kingfisher in flight as it dives into a river for food

Malcolm Brown

Kingfisher Trail

The Kingfisher Trail Project in Bolton has achieved fantastic results for both people and wildlife.

Whether in rural locations or in the city, we continue to engage and involve a wide audience from all walks of life, and ensure a lasting legacy is embedded into all activities.

Find out more

Forest School Everton

Molly Toal

Forest School

Forest School training and activities, and the development of facilities continues to grow as the initiative gains momentum. We secured continuation funding from Peoples Postcode Lottery and, having worked with four fantastic schools in Manchester, PPL now supports our work in Liverpool, too.

Manchester Forest School

Liverpool Forest School