Archive for May, 2015

Wildflower Walk, Saturday 27th June

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Wildflower Walk

More than 70 species may be seen in flower in Anderton Nature Park at this time of year

Saturday, 27th June 

Meet by Anderton Lift Car Park at 10.00am for a 2-hour walk.

For more information contact
Mary Jeeves 01606 77688

Marbury Lodge Paths

When FoAM’s project to construct Marbury Lodge was being planned, we envisaged installing paths to the Lodge, but had no funding at the time.  Now, thanks to regular gifts from an anonymous donor, FoAM has been able to pay a contractor to prepare the area and lay foundations for two paths to the Lodge.


Paths to Marbury Lodge

Paths to Marbury Lodge

The hard work to lay the paths was completed by volunteers in June 2013, using the setts reclaimed from the regeneration work outside the library in Witton Street, Northwich.  The new paths make access for prams, buggies and wheelchairs much easier, especially in wet conditions, and are being well used by visitors to the park.

Alan Redley


Interpretation Panels for the Bird Hides at Marbury

To help visitors identify the bird species most likely to be seen at Marbury’s Mere and Woodland hides, FoAM undertook a project to design and install two bird iinterpretation panels.

Following a successful application to our Marbury Ward councillors, FoAM received a grant from their Members’ Budgets.  This was supplemented by remaining funds from an earlier donation from Northwich Soroptimists, topped up from FoAM’s own funds.

Volunteers worked with Ranger Chris Moseley to design the panel layouts.  These were aimed at helping non-experts, particularly children, identify birds which they might see during their visit.








Volunteers installed the panels, which were unveiled by Norman Wright on behalf of the Marbury Ward councillors on 13 June 2013.

Alan Redley