A gift in memory

Give a gift in memory

Neil Aldridge

Vulnerable species brought back from the brink
3,096 acres of precious wild space protected
Coastal, woodland, wetland and mossland habitats

From the rolling dunes on the Fylde Coast to the magnificent West Pennine Moors, rare butterfly populations brought back from the brink, bluebell-filled woods and globally important mosslands - there's no better way to remember someone who loved our region's wildlife and wild places than to protect our precious landscapes. 

When you make an in-memory donation to the Lancashire Wildlife Trust, you can rest assured that you are making a real difference, helping us look after over 35 wild reserves and 3069 hectares of wild spaces, inspire over 25,000 young people each year and stand up for wildlife wherever it’s endangered.

Any donation, large or small, will help towards continuing our work within your local community, a fitting memoriam for your loved one. You can enjoy the tranquillity of one of our breath-taking nature reserves whilst you quietly reflect, and we hope that the thought of a memoriam which lives on will provide some comfort to you in difficult times.

How to make a donation

You can send a cheque payable to The Lancashire Wildlife Trust to the address below. Alternatively you can donate online here or if you'd prefer you can set up a Just Giving in memory page 


If you would like to discuss your donation with us then please get in touch with our membership team who would be happy to help

The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside

The Barn, Berkeley Drive,

Bamber Bridge



T: 01772 324129

E: membership@lancswt.org.uk