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Getting the community involved in the plans for our area!
The future of Carrington Moss is in YOUR hands
We host a public meeting once a month on 28th (to coincide with our 200 Club draw). We use these meetings to share our proposals and hear your suggestions, we sometimes invite external speakers to join us too, so look out for the information in our newsletters. The details of our next meeting are below. Click on the link underneath the graphic to join the meeting.
Our next public meeting is on 28th June (6pm start) and we are delighted that Andy Hankinson (Lancashire Peatlands Initiative Project Officer) will join us to talk about the restoration of Little Woolden Moss, from degraded mossland to a local ecological asset. Many of you will already be aware that peatland is irreplaceable habitat and the Government has recently issued their England Peat Action Plan, which sets out the long-term vision for the management, protection and restoration of our peatlands, so that they provide a wide range of benefits to wildlife, people and the planet.
You may have already seen our recent video, which outlines our Alternative Transformation Strategy for Carrington Moss, our aim is to restore as much of our own local peatland as possible.
Many people have used various types of virtual meeting over the past few months but if you feel you need help to get connected for our meetings, don’t hesitate to let us know.
Record your wildlife sightings on Carrington Moss
Many of you are using Carrington Moss as part of your daily exercise routine and whilst you are out an about, you are highly likely to see lots of birds, insects, other wildlife and plants in this rich, nature-filled environment.
We’d like as many of you as possible to record your sightings to help confirm just how important the area is to endangered and at-risk species.