Useful Links

Member's Blogs

Ashton Hayes Going Carbon Neutral

BTCV national - British Trust for Conservation Volunteers. BTCV Cheshire

Butterfly Conservation

Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE)

Cheshire & Wirral Ornithological Society

Cheshire Development Education Centre

Cheshire Hedgerows Network
- an offshoot of CPRE

Cheshire Renewable Energy Initiative

Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Chester Friends of the Earth

Countryside Agency

Ebony Solutions Ltd (bio-diesel, bio-heating oil)

Eco Schools

Energy Projects Plus

Fairfield Composting in Manchester

Fungal Friends, The Fungus Group of Cheshire and Flintshire

Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG)

Friends of Marshall's Arm

Friends of Weaver Parkway - contact Will Charlton, carfin[at]

Furniture Finders of Winsford

Global Action Plan

Groundwork Cheshire

Hockerton Housing Project

Lion Salt Works Trust

Marshall's Arm, local nature reserve and Wildlife Watch events

Mersey Forest

Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership, contact Sally Buttifant,, 01244 976788

Mid Cheshire Rail Users Association

Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society

North Cheshire Rail Users` Group

Northwich Anglers

Northwich Community Woodland

Nurturing Nature - George Pilkington's site for nature friendly living

Promote Environmental Communication

rECOrd - species and biodiversity recording

Safer Routes to Schools, Cheshire West and Chester - - Cheshire East

Salt of the Earth a celebration of Salt and other God-given/Natural resources

South Cheshire Friends of the Earth

Sustainable Cheshire Forum

Sustainability in Cheshire East

Sustainability in CWAC

Voluntary Action Vale Royal, useful page on grants

Weaver Valley about developing the Weaver Valley as a wonderful place

Wirral and Cheshire Badger Group


Manchester Climate Forum

Manchester Friends of the Earth

Trails for All, self-guided themed trails encouraging you to use your eyes while walking, also Nordic walking.

Wirral Environment Network runs courses, other events, networks farmers' markets and generally has a very useful website.

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