There are wild places just minutes from your home. The Carbon Landscape project wants people to meet the wildlife on their doorstep and appreciate how important it is to protect every creature no matter how great or small. Look out for brown hares, roe deer, peregrine falcons, skylarks, common lizards, bog bush crickets, red-tailed bumblebees, common darter dragonflies and comma butterflies.
A pilot restoration of the wetland habitat within the Low Hall Local Nature Reserve. The project will benefit aquatic and wetland wildlife, improve the quality of the landscape and help to reconnect people to their landscape through a program of volunteer activities including the Mersey Rivers Trust River Guardian programme.