Cheshire Wildlife Trust back new form of protection for the sea and call on Government for ambitious delivery plan for Highly Protected Marine Areas within a year.
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There has been a significant increase in people gathering shellfish, including cockles, during low tide at Leasowe and Moreton on the Wirral.
Great sundew (Drosera anglica), one of England’s few carnivorous plants, has been re-introduced into a secret location managed by Cheshire Wildlife Trust this week.
We call on the Prime Minister to create a more resilient economy, healthier communities and a thriving natural world.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust has found common spotted-orchids at its Swettenham Valley Nature Reserve, four years after reseeding an area of meadow on the site.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust faces huge challenges and increased pressure during coronavirus.
Over the last two months, Cheshire Wildlife Trust has been creating new habitat in the Pennine fringe of the Peak District with over 3,500 trees planted for future woodland.
A local partnership consisting of Congleton Sustainability Group and Cheshire Wildlife Trust have launched an exciting project that aims to plant more trees across Congleton.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is working to improve the water quality of Hatch Mere lake.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust collects over 200,000 seeds from across the county to protect future of UK trees
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is celebrating the milestone of collecting over 200,000 seeds from across Cheshire as part of a national project to protect the UK’s trees.