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Lancashire Wildlife Trust, England, gets £71k to boost nature tourism

Lancashire Wildlife Trust, England, gets £71k to boost nature tourism

The Coastal Communities Fund has awarded £71,000 to The Lancashire Wildlife Trust to invest in a fresh project to encourage regeneration and nature tourism on the Fylde Coast, from Fleetwood to Lytham.

Project manager and senior marine conservation officer, Emily Baxter said: “You will find a great diversity of wildlife across the coast and you want to inspire visitors to enjoy and protect it.

“You want to use local businesses across the Fylde Coast, and we have been keen to activate with holiday parks particularly. We shall also support community groups to take a dynamic role in championing their coast and offer volunteering opportunities and placements with training such as for example helping with surveys, wildlife watching, and events.”

Trail leaflets will be produced for adults to utilize for self-guided exploration or organised guided walks, and for school and families groups. It really is hoped a mobile interactive display may also be found in community centres to inspire people concerning the Fylde Coast.

Source: Travel Wire News

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