The Friends of Wycoller are a group of enthusiastic volunteers who are working to maintain Wycoller’s magical qualities, encourage wildlife and ensure visitors enjoy a great day out in the Country Park.
We were formed in July 2010 and have been active with several projects including the ongoing renovation of a wild flower garden, obtaining 200 trees, now planted, placement of a bat boxes with cameras, ensuring that the wild birds had a food source during our harsh winter, development of our web site, organising “family fun day” fund-raising events for the summer.
The group has developed History, Natural History and Educational ”talk and walk” programmes based in Wycoller, and established a “Junior Rangers” programme for children aged 8–13 years in partnership with the Lancashire Wildlife Trust and Lancashire Countryside.
Watch this website for details of ongoing and future projects.
For further information on any of the above, to give feedback, ask questions or input ideas please email Friends of Wycoller and we will get back to you. Please include your telephone contact if you wish to speak to someone.
Our Aims and Objectives include:
Improve, conserve, support and protect Wycoller Country Park for the enjoyment of all visitors and residents, working in partnership with Lancashire Countryside Service (LCS).
Enable park users, residents and stakeholders to give feedback to Lancashire Countryside Service.
Carry out specific projects designed to benefit visitors, residents and the flora and fauna of the park.
Provide opportunities for local communities to get actively involved with their country park.
We also have close ties to two additional LCS Friends Groups; based at Spring Wood, Whalley, and Beacon Fell, Preston. Links to their web pages can be found on our Links page.
If you’d like to join the Friends, then please click on this link Join Us You will be very welcome.