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Cheshire Nature Network and Cheshire Wildlife Trust Local Groups

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The Cheshire Nature Network aims to link volunteers and community groups to support and encourage the great work being carried out for nature across the region.

The network is free to join for any volunteer or group working to help nature and wildlife.

What you can gain from being part of the network:

  • The opportunity to be the first to find out about our calendar of training events for volunteers working with nature.
  • The chance to network, share skills and practice with other groups through social media and online platforms.
  • An invitation to our annual Go Wild Volunteer Forum where you can meet other like-minded people.
  • A copy of the Go Wild magazine three times a year sharing the stories and talents from across the network.
  • Access to our small grants scheme by clicking here for eligibility and application form.

Find out more by completing the registration form below.

Our Local Groups

Each with their own committee and chairman, most groups have their own program of meetings and events – a great way to discover more about the wildlife and nature reserves on your doorstep and get involved in their protection.

Most local group meetings are open to non-members, so why not come along and find out what's going on near you. Many local group members are committed and dedicated naturalists, whilst others are simply people who enjoy the Cheshire countryside and its wildlife.

The local groups cover the following areas:

Halton & Warrington: Lymm, Runcorn, Widnes, Warrington

Macclesfield & Congleton: Macclesfield, Congleton

North: Trafford

South Cheshire: Alsager, Crewe, Nantwich, Sandbach

Wirral (also known as ‘Wirral Wildlife’): Birkenhead, Ellesmere Port, Hoylake, Wallasey

Cheshire Nature Network

The groups below operate in and around our region working to improve spaces for wildlife. They are part of the Cheshire Nature Network and have opportunities you may want to be involved with in your local area. Visit their websites for more details:


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