The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TWiG: September 2016
The Chief Executive, Charlotte Harris, commented that 'the work being undertaken by TWiG in Tattenhall was very impressive and has made a significant contribution to nature conservation in the county'.
Formed in 1962 by volunteers, Cheshire Wildlife Trust is one of 47 independent charities which together form the UK wide Wildlife Trust movement. The Trust benefits from the support of over 13,000 members and 500 volunteers and is governed by an 11 strong Board of Trustees and currently employs over 30 dedicated staff. The Trust is passionate about securing a future for local wildlife on land and sea and also work as part of the Wildlife Trust movement to influence decision making for nature at the highest level nationally.
For further information about Cheshire Wildlife Trust just click on the link http://www.cheshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/
(photograph by kind permission of Keith Titchener — click on image to enlarge)
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