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WildNet - Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

Why not support Cheshire Wildlife Trust through the gifts you give others, or during your shopping experiences?

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2020 Calendar

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Andy Weir

Bird food, feeders and wildlife care

Bird feeders c. Claire Huxley

Bird feeders c. Claire Huxley

Vine House Farm

Vine House Farm are a family run business who sell bird food, bird care and wildlife care products throughout the UK.

The have teamed up with The Wildlife Trusts to support our work.

The first time you buy from Vine House Farm £10 is donated to your local Wildlife Trust, with 4% of sales on an ongoing basis!

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Amazon Smile

Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchases. Just select us as your charity of choice.

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Give as you live

Give as you Live

Give as you Live Online is the free and easy way to raise free funds for Cheshire Wildlife Trust, simply by shopping online.

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Furniture and accessories

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Create for Nature

Are you looking for a customised piece for the home or office?

Our Create for Nature project recycles waste timber by turning it into attractive, functional items that are a real talking point. Items can be tailored and personalised to meet individual commissions.

To claim the Grebe special offer contact Sam at SSalisbury@cheshirewt.org.uk

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Wildlife Prints

Limited Edition Prints - Ben Hall

Our Vice President, leading wildlife photographer, Ben Hall, is kindly offering a selection of his prints showcasing Cheshire wildlife, in support of the Trust.

To make the prints extra special for our supporters, each print will be numbered, titled, and personally signed by Ben.

Each quality fine art image has a limited number of 20, and a 15 % of each sale will support the Trust.

There is a choice of 12 images, as below, to purchase the images visit: www.benhallphotography.com/p/stock

Ben’s award-winning work is regularly seen across major British natural history publications from BBC Wildlife, through to leading photography magazines.