Brockholes Wetland - saved from development four years ago by the determination and generosity of local people and members of the Wildlife Trust, and by the sheer hard graft of the Wildlife Trust itself - needs a little extra push to realise the final phase of a truly first-class nature reserve.
Funding is being tightly squeezed for the Wildlife Trust, but they want to see their vision for a truly first-class wildlife reserve realised, and are asking for donations to ensure they can provide:
•Plant further reed beds for smaller birds and wetland wildlife
•A family friendly hide (where children can be noisy!)
•Give children an adventurous outdoor play trail
You can donate online at the Wildlife Trust here;
and if you donate on Monday 6th December, the Wildlife Trust can double the donation with match funding from an organisation called The Big Give.
If you'd like the Wildlife Trust to send you a reminder on 6th December, email Emma Bailie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any donation you can make to this final appeal will help ensure Brockholes Wetland can achieve everything we dreamed of, to make this fantastic wildlife habitat the best it can be.
Donate what you can to Brockholes Wetland's final phase - even small amounts will produce huge results - especially on 6th December!
You can find out more about the Wildlife Trust's fantastic work at Brockholes Wetland here
and join in another Wildlife Trust campaign - against the Badger Cull - here because tackling Bovine TB requires a more positive approach, not the destruction of our Badgers - as the evidence shows this will NOT help and may actually make matters worse.
Save Our Badgers!