Hundreds of native wild flowers have been planted by Manchester's local community to tackle loss of city wildlife and increase access to nature.
The Wildlife Trusts respond to the passing of the Environment Act.
Edge Green Common in Wigan is a fragment of the once extensive wetland corridor running across our region, and works have started to return it to its former carbon capturing and wildlife abundant…
Sir David Attenborough calls for role of nature to be recognised in fight against climate change in new film
The Wildlife Trusts say ambitious nature recovery should be focus at COP26.
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside supports today’s statements by The Wildlife Trusts regarding COP26.
On 5 October 2021, four members of our Youth Council attended the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester as part of the National Youth Agency's goal to have young people represented in…
First anniversary of Wildbelt in PM’s keynote speech – when will it happen?
First anniversary sees charity lead vision for wildlife across 30% of land and sea by 2030.
With seven days to go the Lancashire Wildlife Trust team is leading the #CycleSeptember leaderboards for the county . . . and the United Kingdom.
This summer, green-fingered volunteers have turned their houses and gardens into plant nurseries, growing native wildflowers for Lancashire Wildlife Trust, as part of a trial to involve people in…