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19th February 2021

Survey launched to understand use of green spaces throughout Covid-19 pandemic

The Land Trust has launched a survey to understand the role green spaces have played in helping people through the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Land Trust teams up with the Property Ombudsman at a time of rapid growth for Trust's service charge management

2nd February 2021

The Land Trust teams up with The Property Ombudsman at a time of rapid growth for Trust’s service charge management

National land management charity, the Land Trust, is teaming up with The Property Ombudsman in 2021 as the organisation continues its rise as a market leader in residential service charge management.

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7th January 2021

Northumberlandia – Updated site closure details January 2021

The Land Trust is working hard to ensure the communities surrounding its 70+ sites still have access to green space for daily exercise during this time. However, it is essential for the health and safety of our visitors and colleagues that we take appropriate measures to comply with government advice during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Wildlife ID trainees search for butterflies in the meadow at Hassall Green

5th January 2021

A blooming first two years for Green Angels at Hassall Green

The Land Trust’s ‘Green Angels’ programme has had a fantastic first two years delivering its award-winning, free environmental training courses to adults across Cheshire and North Staffordshire, giving them the chance to gain practical skills through hands-on learning. Based at Hassall Green Nature Reserve and also operating at Silverdale Country Park, the project is now looking forward to the next three years, in which it plans to deliver a wide variety of community events, volunteering opportunities and adult environmental training programmes.

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Children at Castle Hill Country Park

17th December 2020

The Land Trust celebrates a year which saw its parks and green spaces play a vital part in the lives of local communities

National land management charity, the Land Trust, is celebrating a year which saw its parks and green spaces play a vital part in the lives of local communities, with the Trust’s sites being visited 1.4 million times.

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It's wonderful to look straight over the park and to get straight in and walk the dog. It's brilliant - I love it to bits!

Sock Armstrong, Warren House Park

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