North West England Environmental Conservation Campaigns & Organisations

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Bollin Valley Partnership
Crewe, Cheshire, England
The Bollin Valley Partnership started, in 1972, as a pioneering experiment into managing land around towns for wildlife, farming and recreation. Its Rangers now look after over 100 miles (170 Kms) of waymarked paths, several picnic sites, a Country Park and Visitor Centre, the Aviation Viewing Park and part of the Trans Pennine Trail...
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BTCV Manchester
Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
Manchester office for the Country’s largest charity devoted to practical conservation work. BTCV organise conservation projects in and around Greater Manchester...
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Cheshire Wildlife Trust
Malpas, Cheshire, England
The trust works to promote and protect wildlife, involve the community in environmental initiatives and offer advice, education and training. Organises practical conservation and habitat management with volunteers, trainees and schools...
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Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Kendal, Cumbria, England
Cumbria Wildlife Trust is a registered charity established in 1962. Supported by over 15,000 members, it works in partnership with landowners, local authorities, other conservation organisations and businesses to conserve and protect wildlife and wild places throughout Cumbria...
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Friends of the Lake District
Kendal, Cumbria, England
A charity which works for people who care about the landscape of Cumbria. It is the local branch of the national organisation CPRE. Call for more information or to find about becoming a member...
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