News

News Articles

Queensway Fields benefit from MMBEN funding

Date Posted: 25th April 2016

The Meres and Mosses Landscape Partnership Scheme have been working with Queensway Playing Fields in Whitchurch, an independent charity, to help them reinvigorate their area of green space to make it better for the people that visit it and the wildlife that lives in it.
Read More

Restoring the Marches Mosses

Date Posted: 25th January 2016

Fenn's, Whixall & Bettisfield and Wem Moss complex is the third largest lowland raised peatbog in the UK and has been the subject of over 20 years restoration by Natural England, Natural Resources Wales and Shropshire Wildlife Trust. Few people realise that the mosses of North Shropshire are of international importance.
Read More

Otters make local farm their home

Date Posted: 15th October 2015

Winston Farm near Ellesmere has become a wildlife hotspot.
Read More

Photo competition winners announced!

Date Posted: 30th September 2015

The winning entries of the first Meres and Mosses Photo Competition were selected at Merefest by members of the public.
Read More

Enter the Meres and Mosses photography competition!

Date Posted: 7th July 2015

Shortlisted entries will be judged at Merefest in September.
Read More

«
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
14

Want to know more? Speak to...

Tom Hayek - Programme Manager
T: 01743 284274
E: tomh@shropshirewildlifetrust.org.uk


Share this page

Did you know?...

The Meres and Mosses landscape was formed by retreating glaciers 12,000 years ago. Now, lowland raised peat bogs are one of the most endangered habitats on Earth.


What's going on?

News

17
apr

Boglife trainee placement

We are looking for trainees for the Marches Mosses BogLIFE project.

09
apr

BogLIFE newsletter

To read the latest BogLIFE, please click on the image below.

Get involved

Events

29
apr

Amphibian and reptile hunt

Discover the amazing world of amphibians and reptiles; how to search for them see where they live and how they survive. Come and get an early start on what pro...

05
may

Birds of the Mosses Walk

Observe some of the bird species that thrive on the Mosses.