Lost Meadows of Cheshire
WITH 99 per cent of Cheshire meadows having been wiped out over the past 60 years, a charity trust is on a mission to raise awareness as well as figures.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to celebrate the beauty and tranquillity of meadows.
A project to restore Swettenham Meadows began last year and has already come to fruition, although the Trust acknowledges that, in order for the habitats to revive, much more needs to be done.
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