Inmates at a Lancashire prison are lending a hand when it comes to protecting the Lancashire environment.
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We wouldn't be able to do what we do without the help of our amazing army of volunteers. To say thank you, we treated them to a delicious Christmas dinner.
A wonderful Lancashire Wildlife Trust colleague was remembered yesterday as we secured the first leaf on our new memory tree, located at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
Traditional farming methods are enhancing grassland for butterflies, bees and many other creatures at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
For many businesses, stepping outside is something done at lunch time or at the end of the day as a means to an end.
It’s been a bumper summer in the Brockholes polytunnel with Lindsay Griffiths and her fellow volunteers providing lots of wild and wonderful plants.
His Royal Highness Prince Harry went down to the woods today and had a wonderful surprise when he met young people on the Myplace project at Brockholes.
Just six years after opening its gates to the public Brockholes nature reserve has just celebrated its one millionth visitor!
When Countryfile come-a-calling we are delighted but there is also a little bit of panic – after all we only have the whole nation watching us.