Three months after the launch of their Win Your Wedding competition, Brockholes Nature Reserve is proud to announce the winners as Amy Hayes and Jamie Shattock from Chorley, Lancashire.
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Wildlife lovers have even more reason to enjoy a take-away hot drink from Brockholes, as this week we have launched our brand new environmentally-friendly fresh coffee.
In March, Brockholes raised the drawbridge and closed the gates as the UK went into 'lockdown'. But what has life been like since then? And what does 'we are busy getting ready for…
For the third year running, a new species of butterfly has been seen at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
Brockholes Nature Reserve is today launching a competition for one lucky couple to win their wedding. But this isn’t just your average competition.
An osprey hunting on the River Ribble near to the Brockholes nature reserve is raising hopes of the birds nesting in Lancashire for the first time in more than a century.
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire Manchester and North Merseyside are very excited to announce the arrival of binoculars and optics specialists, in focus, to Brockholes Nature Reserve in Preston…
The latest updates on the flooding situation at Brockholes Nature Reserve following Storm Ciara on Sunday 9th February 2020.
If children are the future, then Lancashire is in safe hands following an Eco-Council day at Brockholes, where around 66 children came to learn all about how they can make a difference to their…
Brockholes Nature Reserve has an abundance of plant life throughout the year. From trees and shrubs to grasses and wildflowers the nature reserve is a rich tapestry of diverse plant life.