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The two recent Bat Walks, organised by WAG, were  “a resounding triumph!” said a Wesham Action Group spokesperson. “Both walks were over subscribed and this has led us to plan further Bat Walks later this summer”.   People came from as far as Lea and Preston, Freckleton and Warton as well as locals from Wesham. [...]

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Wesham Bat Walk

Wesham Action Group (WAG), have organised a Bat Walk. It will start from the junction of Park and Mowbreck Lane and is on Friday 29th May at b8.30pm. (Fully Subscribed) Additional Walk arranged for 30th May 8:30pm The dusk Walk will be led by local volunteer Bat Wardens who will be on hand with ultra-sonic [...]

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Wesham Marsh

It is highly likely Wesham Marsh would be ruined by the proposed development of 264 houses. Wesham Marsh BHS is a unique wetland wildlife habitat of a type that is unusual in the Fylde and within the county of Lancashire. The land around the site and the way it is used influences the marsh. The [...]

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