Team JMC is proud to announce its support for The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester & North Merseyside.  As a group we get so much enjoyment out of the region’s amazing countryside and wanted to find a way to give something back. Over the coming months we will be announcing a range of fundraising initiatives to help support the Trust’s ambitions.


The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester & North Merseyside is part of the Wildlife Trusts movement, the UK’s leading conservation charity dedicated to all wildlife & protection of wild spaces. They are a local charity, working hard to improve our local area for wildlife. Since 1912, The Wildlife Trusts have been speaking out for nature in the UK. The organisation is unique – while most of their work for wildlife takes place at local grassroots level, they also have a national voice.

They aim to protect, create and enhance wildlife in our region, creating living landscapes and living seas. They inspire children and families about the natural world and encourage everyone to take action for wildlife


They are experts in nature conservation, and use this specialist knowledge and experience through a number of specific projects. The key objective of The Wildlife Trusts is to protect wildlife for the future. Their work on reserves and in a variety of projects helps to monitor both common and threatened species and their habitats.

They work closely with a large number of schools and colleges so that young people can visit some of the region’s best nature reserves and allow their education team to inspire the classes about the natural world. It is important to them that young people get away from staring at screens and get outdoors experiencing nature!

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Debbie Edwards, Partnerships & Fundraising: “We are thrilled to be able to partner up with Team JMC as we feel many of our joint core values are the same. We look forward to many years of watching the team grow & being able to join them in getting more people outside and living life to the full in the beautiful countryside we are lucky enough to experience living here in the UK”

To learn more about the wonderful work the Trust undertakes visit