A Wilder Cheshire starts at home

Create a #WilderCheshire

We need your voice and we need it now. With more of our wildlife and landscape under threat, this is the most important time you will ever have to make your voice heard.

We need a joined-up network of wild areas that provide enough space for wildlife to recover.

Actions you can take

Wildlife gardening

Garden advice

Come to an event

See our events

Actions at home

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WildNet - Amy Lewis

Have you thought about creating a pond?

Add a pond to your garden

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Gentle exercise can provide many secondary benefits including improve mental and physical wellbeing.

Join a local group

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Broxton Barn Owl group checking the boxes c. Claire Huxley

Discover somewhere new

Take a look

Hatch mere nature reserve

Join our Go Wild Get Fit programme

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(c) Beth Alvey

Turn your school wild

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Summer School C. Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION


Get work involved

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Other ways you can get involved

Fundraise for wildlife

See what you can do

Adopt an animal

Give a hog a home

Write a poem

Get creative

Using technology to interact with nature; gecoaching; Palacerigg; overcasst with some sunlight; afternoon; 15.08.2011 - Katrina Martin / 2020VISION

Sharing is caring

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Let's fight together

European otter (Lutra lutra) two well-grown cubs about 6 months old grooming each other on sea shore. Shetland Isles. October 2010. - Chris Gomersall/2020VISION

What have you seen?

Submit your sightings


Deer stalker scanning for deer with binoculars, Assynt Foundation, Glencansip Estate, Assynt, Sutherland, Scotland, January 2011 - Mark Hamblin/2020VISION

Get social with us

Keep in touch with Cheshire Wildlife Trust. See our list of all our social media accounts.

Use the hashtag #WilderCheshire to be involved in the coversation!

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In these challenging times our work will still continue to defend local wildlife

We can’t do this without your support so please donate what you can.