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Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Working at the heart of the meres & mosses

We’ve been taking action in the meres and mosses for many years, and made our home at the centre of this special landscape at Bickley Hall Farm in 2006. As a board and working group member, we’re improving access to our south Cheshire farm – with the Bar Mere wetland on its fringes, restoring lost meres and mosses habitats at Blakenhall and working towards a vision for an inspiring educational hub for the region in our historic farm buildings. We’re working with local schools in achieving the coveted John Muir Award, whilst encouraging and supporting the public to help us discover the wildlife that makes a home in the meres and mosses.

 

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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.


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News

18
oct

Farm grant applications now closed

To date, 11 projects have benefited from the scheme since it began.

25
apr

Queensway Fields benefit from MMBEN funding

The Meres and Mosses Landscape Partnership Scheme have been working with Queensway Playing Fields in Whitchurch, an independent charity, to help them reinvigora...

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Events

16
sep

Merefest 2017!

Merefest Festival is returning to Ellesmere, Shropshire on Saturday 16th, 2017! This fun-filled festival celebrates the unique landscape of the Meres and Mosses...

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