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Welcome to the Northwest Ecological Trust website.  Here you will find information about our work developing and managing Gorse Hill Nature Reserve, its wildlife and habitats, various surveys, latest news and how to find us.

The Trust values and relies upon its subscription supporters and volunteers so you can find information about how to subscribe, how to become a volunteer and the sorts of things you can do.

This website is regularly updated so please keep checking as we will be adding more information about the flora and fauna of Gorse Hill, latest news and more photos.

 

You can also find us on our official Facebook page click here

You can now follow us on Twitter click here

Like WWT on Instagram You can now follow us on Instagram click here

 

 

Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 October we are at the Martin Mere North West Bird Watching Festival.

We have a stand at the Festival located in the Pintail Classroom and on Sunday we have a guest speaker slot in the Lecture theatre from 3.30 to 4.30.  Please follow the link above for more details. 

Do come and say hello, we look forward to meeting you.

(10.9.21)

 

 

We are open on Wednesdays and Saturdays 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. so that visitors can enjoy walking around Cabin Wood and the adjacent meadow.    

 

We recommend you remain Covid aware –  our priority is to keep our visitors and our volunteers safe.  

 

(30.8.21)

 

Information – We can now accept debit or credit card payments so when you visit it is easier for you to join as a supporter, renew your subscription or buy any of our items for sale.

(8.10.21)

 

FOR SALE

 

 

We have apples now on sale freshly picked from our Heritage Apple Orchard

 

(30.8.21)

 

 

 

 

Gorse Hill Orchards Apple Juice only £2.50 for a 500 ml bottle.  Our delicious pasteurised pure apple juice is made from our Heritage Apples grown in our orchards.

 

 

Solitary Bee House just £25. 

Solitary bees are non-aggressive and non-swarming.  They are wonderful garden pollinators.  Secure your box 1-2 meters high on a sunny, sheltered south, south-west facing wall, fence or tree.  Eggs are laid in a series of cells, capped with mud until the slot is full.  The larvae develop and over-winter in the slot and burrow their way out in the spring.  Low maintenance  –  the bees will clear out the slot before laying new eggs!

 

 

Air dried logs £65 per tonne bag free delivery within 5 mile radius of Gorse Hill. 

Small logs £3 per net bag

Call Jonathan for details on 07761 212636

 

 

Small Bale Hay.  Good quality small bale hay £5 a bale ready.  We can deliver.  Call Jonathan for details on 07761 212636

Bird Seed.  Good quality Wild Bird Feeder Seed 2.5 kg bag £3.50

Kindling.  £4 per net bag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LATEST UPDATES (last six months)

11.10.21 – Out and About at Gorse Hill – Contrasting Events

8.10.21 – Home Page and Support Us page – addition of credit/debit card payment availability

19.9.21 – Home Page – minor amendment to phone number, price changes for logs, hay and kindling

10.9.21 – Home Page – Martin Mere North West Bird Watching Festival

30.8.21 – Home Page – amendment to Covid notice and apple and juice sales

30.7.21 – Home Page – NGS Day removed, Apple Weekend advertised, header image changed

18.6.21 – Home Page – NGS Event 

17.5.21 – Home Page – for sale adverts 

14.5.21 – Out and About at Gorse Hill – A belated award presentation, blossom galore and wildflowers to spot

13.5.21 – Home Page – minor amendment to Dawn Chorus wording.  Change of website header image

26.4.21 – Home Page – Dawn Chorus announcement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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