Brockholes is owned and managed by the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside
From owls to otters and badgers to bees, being surrounded by the wonders of nature makes us happier and healthier.
But sadly, habitat loss, agriculture and climate change has resulted in a 56% decline in UK wildlife. (2016 State of Nature Report).
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust receives no government funding and we need your help to continue protecting wildlife and wild places across Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside. Your donations allow us to protect and restore sensitive habitats, manage our nature reserves for the benefit of both people and wildlife, conserve threatened species, train volunteers and run events that inspire people to take action for nature.
Your local wildlife will blossom, thanks to you.
We like to support an organisation which makes a significant impact on successfully conserving wildlife in an area impacted by industry.
Introduce your children to nature
Did you know there is a Wildlife Watch magazine? Packed with fascinating wildlife facts and fun-packed activities, its pages will inspire the whole family to get closer to nature.
Want to explore your WILD side together? Explore family membership and join today to receive your Wildlife Watch welcome pack, which also includes:
- One Wildlife Watch magazine per family, four times a year
- Posters and a membership card
- Stickers and a badge
- Wildlife Watch handbook
- Information on your local Wildlife Watch group
- Even more goodies when you’ve been a member for three months
Already a member?
Help us spread the word about membership by referring friends and family.
If your loved one decides to join Lancashire Wildlife Trust you will both receive a complimentary voucher for a brew for two at one of our beautiful visitor centres and cafés*. All you need to do is click the button below and send them the link to the page.