Discover our incredible local wild places
Let's continue to keep everyone safe
Although most restrictions have been lifted, we would appreciate your co-operation in helping us to keep everyone safe at our nature reserves and in our visitor centres.
We are still committed to doing our best to keep our staff, volunteers and visitors safe and well. Please continue to follow our guidelines so we can all enjoy nature safely.
We ask that our visitors continue to wear a face covering at our sites when indoors, including enclosed hides. Our hand sanitiser stations and screens will also remain in place.
• Please check in via the NHS App at Brockholes, Mere Sands Wood and The Café at Moss Bank Park.
• Maintain two metre social distancing where possible.
• Please wear a face covering whilst moving around indoors and bird hides.
Here you can find out about some of the jewels in our crown - the nature reserves that we love and cherish across our region.
Our members help us to look after 50 sites (including 39 LWT nature reserves), and a total of around 1,288 hectares of habitat, creating a network where people and wildlife can thrive, on your doorstep.
Together we can ensure that our children and grandchildren can enjoy these special wild places in years to come.
Connecting to nature, safely
Our way of life is going to be very different for a while, and we ask that you continue to follow our guidelines so we can all enjoy nature safely. Please maintain two-metre social distancing where possible; wear a face covering whilst moving around indoors and in bird hides; check in via the NHS App at Brockholes, Mere Sands Wood and The Café at Moss Bank Park; and take advantage of our hand sanitiser stations.
Please respect the wildlife on our nature reserves - stick to footpaths, and keep your furry friend on a lead at our dog-friendly nature reserves.