Eagle & Rammy Child is a stunning pub/restaurant/hotel located in Ramsbottom, which has gorgeous views across the beautiful nature of the Irwell Valley all the way to Holcombe. They also have an organic food growing area in their garden, with their very own feathery friends (chickens). They use many of these vegetables and fruit in their cooking and summer cocktails.
They also educate local children about healthy eating and food growing, and all of their rooms are named after owl species. They also provide great skills training opportunities for young people around the area. We’re really proud to say they are a gold membership supporter of the Trust and we love what they do!
Visit their website here.
Ecospeed are a Manchester based same day eco-courier and transport service who adopt a greener approach to business.
Taking into account the environment at every step of the way, Ecospeed believe in in eco friendly courier solutions. Visit their website here.
With industry knowledge spanning over 135 years, Pets Choice is proud to provide pets and wild animals all over the globe with a variety of tasty treats and food at competitive prices. They supply partners in the grocery, independent, and pet speciality sectors (both in the UK and abroad) with high-quality products in a variety of formats. Our partnership focus with Pets Choice is mainly on the ‘Wild Things’ product range for feeding UK wildlife with quality, natural ingredients.
Qualitel Voice & Data are experts in all areas of communications for business, specifically mobile phones, fixed line, applications, hosted and lone worker solutions.
As an independent provider, Qualitel are best placed to offer advice to businesses in order to make the best communication decisions for their company needs. They not only look to save them money, but through first class customer service and aftercare, also act as a long term partner for advice and guidance.
Qualitel are proud to support the aims of The Lancashire Wildlife Trust and look forward to developing this relationship for many years to come. As part of our commitment to being an environmentally friendly company, we aim to recycle office materials where possible and partake in a mobile handset recycling scheme to ensure that materials can be re-used. Visit their website here.
The Wildlife Trust work in partnership with United Utilities acting as land managers at Dean Wood, Haskayne Cutting, Summerseat Nature Reserve and Upper Coldwell Reservoir. United Utilities sponsored our membership magazine Lapwing for many years. Visit their website here.
VolkerStevin is a Lancashire-based company, built on over 80 years’ experience and a professional in-house team that specialises in providing complex engineering solutions across a wide range of sectors including maritime, flood risk management, water, energy, land remediation and regeneration, and general civil engineering.
VolkerStevin prides itself on creating sustainable solutions and is delighted to support The Lancashire Wildlife Trust and its work in creating a more sustainable environment.
If you are interested in becoming a Gold Member, or if you'd like further information, please contact our Corporate Relations Officer by:
T: 01772 324 129
Beaverbrooks the Jewellers joined The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside as Corporate supporters in October 2008.
"We care about our people and our people care about others. Each year, Beaverbrooks contributes 20% of our post-tax profits to charity - in the past eight years the figure donated by the Company has exceeded 3.5 million." Visit their website here.
Fort Vale have recently increased their level of corporate support from bronze to silver membership.
Fort Vale Engineering Limited is the world leader in the precision manufacture of valves and fittings for the transportation of bulk liquids in the tank container, road tanker and rail industries. Visit their website here.
Hanson Cement (formerly Castle Cement) joined our list of supporters in 2003 and have actively engaged with us since on a variety of projects including National Insect Week, Chatburn Wildife Garden and our work at Salthill and Cross Hill Quarries.
They also hosted a visit by Kate Humble as part of Quarrywatch and children from Chatburn Primary School were able to meet the TV star in person when she joined in their pond dipping activities. Visit their website here.
M.J Wilkinson Plant Hire
M.J Wilkinson offer a leading plant hire service and are new corporate supporters for 2016. having been in business for 30 years and offer a hands-on service, personally dealing with any problems. They are more than happy to visit your site and advise you on the type of machinery required for your project.
Their business has been built on recommendations from satisfied customers who are happy to provide references on our behalf and as members of the Construction Plant-Hire Association they adhere to their model conditions thus assuring reliable service. Visit their website here.
RBS have been supporters of us for many years, while various teams have been involved in corporate work party days at both Seven Acres and Doffcocker Lodge Local Nature Reserves in Bolton. Visit their website here.
Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business.
Their innovative services and solutions help to deliver the infrastructure needed to grow the economy today and create a more sustainable built environment to support our future prosperity. Visit their website here.
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust manages Heysham Nature Reserve, part of the Heysham power station site, in partnership with EDF Energy (formerly British Energy).
The reserve was created in 1995 following construction of the Heysham power stations and supports a surprising diversity of wildlife. Open from dawn to dusk you are invited to explore the area and discover for yourself some of the abundant wildlife that lives there.
The site boasts a classroom which forms a base for hosting environmental education activities, supported by EDF for local schools and youth groups. EDF also run a business bird challenge each year in which Heysham has recorded high numbers of visiting species."