Wirral Wildlife, a local volunteer group of Cheshire Wildlife Trust, received their Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service this month.
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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…
It has been announced that Wirral Wildlife, a local volunteer group of Cheshire Wildlife Trust, has won a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The official announcement was made by Buckingham…
A record number of visitors attended this year’s New Ferry Butterfly Park Open Day, which by the end of the day had received just over a 1,000 visitors.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that Dr Hilary Ash, Honorary Conservation Officer of Wirral Wildlife, has won Cheshire Woman of the Year 2017.
An outstanding volunteer from Cheshire Wildlife Trust's local group, Wirral Wildlife, has been honoured in a national award scheme.