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Cheshire Wildlife Trust response to Coronavirus
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Cheshire Wildlife Trust seeks wildlife photos for 2021 Calendar
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is calling on budding photographers to enter their wildlife photographs into a competition to win publication in its charity calendar for 2021.
North West wildlife charities receive major funding boost to help marine life
Three Wildlife Trusts receive £300,000 to champion and protect important wildlife and habitats in the Irish Sea.
Badger cull to be phased out to be replaced with a cattle vaccine, the government has announced.
Last week the Government set out the next phase of their strategy to combat bovine tuberculosis. The Wildlife Trusts – who have campaigned for a halt to the badger cull ever since it began – support the Government’s new approach.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust create new woodland habitat in the Peak District
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.
Think outside the box for nestbox week
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is urging people think about installing homes for more unusual feathered neighbours for National Nestbox Week running to February 21.
University of Chester Volunteering Fair
CPRE Cheshire is looking forward to meeting potential student volunteers at our stand at the University of Chester Volunteering Fair on Friday 14th February. We are looking for student volunteers for the roles listed below. If you are a student and are interested in one of the above roles, whether at the University of Chester or elsewhere, do […]
Take part in our 2020 star count
To celebrate the wonder of starry skies, take part in our national Star Count, a cosmic census to map our view of the stars. It’s taking place between 21-28 February. A star-filled sky is one of the most magical sights you can see in our countryside, and the stars have inspired art and culture for thousands of years. But too often, light pollution […]
Cheshire Wildlife Trust responds to HS2 decision that will destroy precious wild places
Cheshire Wildlife Trusts call for a redesign
Congleton Partnership launch tree planting initiative
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.
Thousands ask Prime Minister to stop and re-think HS2
High speed rail plans risk devastating environmental damage
HS2 – new report reveals huge price to nature across Cheshire
A new report published by The Wildlife Trusts today reveals, the vast scale of the destruction and impact that HS2 will cause to nature. ‘What’s the damage? Why HS2 will cost nature too much’ is the most complete assessment of the environmental damage that HS2 will cause.