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Wildlife and Conservation

This category relates to all things to do with wildlife and conservation in Preston.

Help the hedgehogs as part of this £50,000 Ingol volunteering project

Dob Croft is a five-acre nature reserve on The Intact Centre's doorstep The Intact Centre in Ingol has been awarded £50,000 to run a 12 month natural heritage volunteering project. The project will focus on developing Dob Croft, Intact’s five-acre nature reserve. […]

1 week ago
A black fox has been spotted roaming the streets of Tarleton

Farmer Isaac Ascroft spotted the Black Fox whilst in his tractor. Picture: Isaac Ascroft One of Britain’s rarest wild animals has been spotted wandering the streets of Tarleton through the […]

3 months ago
Winter Hill fire has been brought ‘under control’

Green shoots have been coming through amongst the scarred hillside Green shoots have been coming through amongst the scarred hillside Efforts on Winter Hill to contain a moorland fire have paid off. Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service say the blaze […]

8 months ago
United Utilities to introduce hosepipe ban for Preston

We won't be able to use a hosepipe like this for potentially a few weeks in August Pic: Douglas Kelly We won’t be able to use a hosepipe like this for potentially a few weeks in August Pic: Douglas Kelly Preston homeowners are facing a hosepipe ban from early August. […]

8 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement River Ribble faces low levels during heatwave

The River Ribble is facing low water levels. Pic: Stephen Melling Warm weather and increased water usage is taking its toll on the River Ribble. Hot temperatures have been hitting […]

8 months ago
Rivington Moor wildfire scene still being monitored by fire crews

An aerial view of the Rivington Moor fire Pic: Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service An aerial view of the Rivington Moor fire Pic: Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service Firefighters are continuing to monitor the situation on Rivington Pike after a moorland fire. Acres of […]

9 months ago
Poppies lining Broughton Bypass are a fitting tribute to war hero James Towers

Poppies have been lining James Towers Way Poppies springing up along Broughton Bypass are a fitting tribute to war hero James Towers. Covering the route that was named after the Victoria […]

9 months ago
Grimsargh now has control of its reservoirs back

A view of the current wetlands in Grimsargh A view of the current wetlands in Grimsargh A village in Preston has been handed back control of three reservoirs. Victoria bodies of water in Grimsargh are now controlled by […]

1 year ago
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