Nature is still open, and it is still here for you.
Brockholes and the Lancashire Wildlife Trusts' other reserves are now open, but we do ask that you follow the rules when visiting. This means visiting only in your household, with one other family, or with no more than 6 individuals from separate households. Please make sure you keep 2m apart at all times and check for updates on opening times and read more here
Thank you for your continued support - we wouldn't be here without you.
Latest news and views from Brockholes
May photography competition results
From woodland floors ablaze with vibrant bluebells to striking images of crimson red tulips, we received a glorious selection of eye-…
One good tern deserves another
Can you help us provide more breeding habitats for our beautiful migratory friends?
Extending the Meadow Lake path
The path around Meadow Lake has been extended and is now open for the public to enjoy and explore.
April photography competition results
This month's photography competition theme was ‘Your Favourites’, and we received an amazing selection of images which illustrated…
Which is a moth, and which is a butterfly?
They both have wings, are colourful, and flutter around Brockholes at this time of year. But how can you recognise a butterfly from a…
What is Crassula, and what is the problem?
Crassula helmsii, known as swamp stonecrop or New Zealand pigmyweed, is an aquatic or semiterrestrial species of succulent plant in the…
What's happening at Brockholes right now?
The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.