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  • Beautiful stingers reach North West beaches

    Monday 6th November, 2017

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to keep their eyes open when visiting Wirral’s coastline. Five Portuguese man-o-war have been found washed up on Walney Island in Cumbria meaning that there is every chance they could be found along our shores; as they slowly drift up the Irish Sea.

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  • Celebrating a year of forest school at the Quinta

    Friday 3rd November, 2017

    A successful year was celebrated by Cheshire Wildlife Trust, last week, at its Quinta Nature Reserve. A special ‘WildPlay in the Forest’ event was held to mark a season’s use of its new Forest School site near Holmes Chapel.

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  • Moore Nature Reserve under threat - Cheshire Wildlife Trust voices its concerns

    Friday 13th October, 2017

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust is supporting the community of Warrington as they try to prevent the loss of Moore Nature Reserve to future planning development. An area of the reserve has been submitted as a potential site for future planning applications as part of Warrington Council’s plans for Port Warrington.

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  • Wildlife TV Presenter celebrates wild education with Cheshire Wildlife Trust

    Wednesday 4th October, 2017

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust were delighted to welcome wildlife TV presenter, Nick Baker, to their ‘Wild Warrington’ Forest School at Moore Nature Reserve this week.

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  • HS2 to hit farmland species hard says Cheshire Wildlife Trust

    Tuesday 3rd October, 2017

    Trust has doubts over HS2 Ltd’s commitment to wildlife.

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  • PM awards outstanding Cheshire volunteer

    Monday 2nd October, 2017

    The Prime Minister has recognised Dr Hilary Ash, from Cheshire, for founding the ‘New Ferry Butterfly Park’ on an abandoned railway depot, creating one of the North’s most biodiverse urban areas.

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  • Badger culling can’t be justified on any grounds

    Monday 11th September, 2017

    Call for cattle vaccine to be top priority to tackle Bovine Tuberculosis, not badger culling.

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  • Badger Cull in Cheshire

    Monday 11th September, 2017

    Badgers and bTB (c) Jon Hawkins

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  • Give Nature A Fair Deal in South Macclesfield

    Friday 1st September, 2017

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust is calling on Cheshire East Council to give nature a fair deal following its decision to approve planning permission for the South Macclesfield Development Area.

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  • Make a pledge to love your sea

    Tuesday 25th July, 2017

    The wildlife of the Irish Sea is in urgent need of our protection – and everyone can do their bit. That is the message that must hit home during National Marine Week.

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