Protecting wildlife on your doorstep
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is a grassroots movement of people from a wide range of backgrounds and all walks of life, who believe that we need nature and nature needs us. Together with our members and volunteers, we fight for nature's recovery across the region.
Nature conservation is no longer enough!"
Craig Bennett, CEO of The Wildlife Trusts
Working across Cheshire, Halton, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Warrington and Wirral, we manage and influence huge swathes of land and areas across the Irish Sea. We are pioneers in creating natural carbon solutions to combat the current climate and nature crisis we today find ourselves in. We also know that our natural world needs everyone to act if we're to save it. Therefore we reach thousands of people each and every year, from school children to local businesses, inspiring communities to love and protect nature where you are.
How you can help fight nature's recovery with us
Wildlife in the news
Cheshire Wildlife Trust urge local businesses to protect local wildlife havens
Cheshire Wildlife Trust are urging local businesses to protect local wildlife havens and tackle the climate emergency.
This Christmas give a gift that works for wildlife
With just six weeks to go until Christmas, Cheshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to give gifts that work for wildlife and reduce…
Cheshire Wildlife Trust gearing up for tree planting season
The Nature Recovery team at Cheshire Wildlife Trust are looking forward to an exciting tree planting season this year – with your…
Threat to wildlife removed as HS2 is cancelled in Cheshire
The cancellation of HS2 in Cheshire will save threatened farmland birds, water voles and much-loved wild places.
Names chosen for Cheshire’s newest beavers
The people of Cheshire have been voting to pick names for Cheshire’s newest beavers… and the votes are in!
Cheshire Wildlife Trust appeal for help to protect local refuges for threatened wildlife.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is asking people help protect the last local refuges for some of Cheshire’s threatened species.
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