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  • Pathway to Healthy Peatlands set out in UK Peatland Strategy Released Today

    Thursday 19th April, 2018

    The UK’s first collaborative Peatland Strategy has been launched today, setting out a shared vision for a brighter future for our vital, but damaged peatlands.

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  • New research reveals nature’s beauty increases happiness

    Tuesday 17th April, 2018

    For the month of June, Cheshire Wildlife Trust is inspiring people to take the time to celebrate nature each day – through the national 30 Days Wild campaign. Research carried out over recent years of the campaign has proved that noticing natural beauty makes people happier and want to care for it.

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  • Opportunity to give wildlife a voice in agriculture vision

    Wednesday 11th April, 2018

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust are urging people have their say on the government’s vision for agriculture and land management in England.

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  • Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s urgent appeal to buy vital piece of the Swettenham Valley

    Wednesday 4th April, 2018

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust has issued an urgent appeal to help them buy a vital piece of land which will take them one step closer to achieving their vision for the Swettenham Valley.

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  • HS2 Ltd amend their Environmental Statement after concerns raised by the Cheshire Wildlife Trust

    Thursday 29th March, 2018

    Noctule bat c. Tom Marshall

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust have welcomed a new supplementary Environment Statement released by HS2 Ltd for Phase 2a last week. A number of the inaccuracies in the amount of habitat that will be lost were raised by the Trust back in September 2017 and these have now been amended.

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  • Walk and talk along the Dee Estuary

    Monday 26th March, 2018

    Curlew c. Amy Lewis

    Travel writer, the Bald Hiker otherwise known as Paul Steele, is swapping his usual foreign jaunts for something closer to home this week when he embarks on a coastal walk of the Dee Estuary. Along the way he will be talking to people to understand their aspirations for this special place to guide future projects.

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  • Cheshire Wildlife Trust to use connecting with wildlife to address loneliness issue

    Wednesday 21st March, 2018

    Recent research has found that more than nine million people in the UK always or often feel lonely. Cheshire Wildlife Trust is starting a new volunteering group next month which will use engaging with wildlife to combat loneliness in east Cheshire.

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  • Cheshire Wildlife Trust fights for wildlife at the highest level through HS2 Phase 2a Hybrid Bill petition submission

    Wednesday 7th March, 2018

    Yellow wagtail c. Derek Moore

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust has taken the opportunity to submit a petition to the House of Commons Select Committee. The petition voices their objections to the HS2 Phase 2a Hybrid Bill and puts forward proposals to amend the Bill.

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  • Cheshire Wildlife Trust believes the potential Mersey barrage scheme will have a detrimental impact on wildlife

    Friday 23rd February, 2018

    dunlin c Fergus Gill 2020VISION

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust is appealing for Liverpool City Mayor, Steve Rotheram, to consider the threat to estuary wildlife of the potential Mersey barrage scheme. A feasibility study looking at generating tidal power from the River Mersey has recently been awarded funding by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.

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  • HS2 Phase 2a will destroy the heart of a Defra-funded Nature Improvement Area says Cheshire Wildlife Trust

    Wednesday 31st January, 2018

    Cheshire Wildlife Trust believes the impact on wildlife and wild places is being severely underestimated by HS2 Ltd. The level of proposed mitigation and compensation is simply not good enough if the Government is to keep its promises on the environment.

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