Thousands of birds set to migrate to West Lancashire for the winter
Diverters help raise the visibility for the 30,000 whooper swans and pink-footed geese that migrate to the area every year from Iceland
Cedar Farm and Crook Hall Farm celebrate winning prestigious accolades - Plus full list of winners. By Nick Hughes
Pat Weston became involved with the campaign in memory of her husband Eddie
New feature hopes to give visitors a unique experience
OVER 250 people flocked to WWT Martin Mere Duck Race!
POLICE are looking for a man in connection with a string of binocular thefts.
PLEAS for homeowners to help halt the decline of Britain's best-loved birds were issued by the Wildlife Trust.
MARTIN Mere is offering young readers the chance to win a day with one of its wardens.
MARTIN Mere is celebrating the arrival of a new face this week following the departure of centre manager Andy Wooldridge.
WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre is launching Early Bird walks in May to allow visitors a unique opportunity to watch the reserve spring into life at dawn.
A BRAND new event is starting at WWT Martin Mere on Wednesday 17 April: Behind the scenes Wednesdays.
STAFF at WWT Martin Mere, in Burscough, are heralding the start of spring – and the downy duckling season – with a number of Nene goslings hatching at the centre.
NFU president Peter Kendall has visited West Lancashire and spoken to farmers who were affected by last year’s floods.
A PROPOSAL to build a windfarm in West Lancashire has prompted concerns from residents, conservationists and Sefton council.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a Martin Mere volunteer who was tragically killed when crossing through a car park in Ormskirk.
FEEDING otters and swans guaranteed a fun time was had by all at the Meningitis Trust’s Lancashire Family Day at Martin Mere Wetland Centre, near Ormskirk on Sunday, March 3.
A MAJOR search operation for a mum-of-three who went missing following a trip to the supermarket ended in tragedy yesterday (Wednesday) after the discovery of a body.
PLANS for a 45m high wind turbine in Burscough are set to be rejected over fears it could interfere with radar detection.