Parbold Wildlife Group

Parbold Wildlife Group

Parbold Wildlife Group was established in 2005 to promote the protection and enhancement of features of wildlife and landscape importance throughout the village of Parbold for the benefit of the local community.  Members help manage Chapel Meadow on behalf of the Parish Council. The Group’s members are interested locals, who volunteer their time, knowledge and talents in support of wildlife within the Parbold area. It is supported by Natural England, Lancashire Countryside Service and the Lancashire Wildlife Trust.

The Group works closely with Parbold Parish Council and carries out numerous conservation tasks throughout the village, jointly with the Parbold Tree Warden Group. It holds regular meetings throughout the year and organises various events such as nature walks, visits to places of interest and records sightings of wildlife in the area.

For more details about news and events, click on Conservation or visit our facebook page at

Tel 01257 462909 or email

Chapel Meadow - Biological Heritage Site

HOW TO GET THERE: It is approximately ten minutes walk from Parbold railway station. Chapel Meadow can be found at the far end of Bramble Way, off Alder Lane

 (A 5209), where there is a large car park. An all weather, fully accessible path from the car park runs round the site.  Responsible Dog owners are welcome and dog bins are provided.

Grid Ref:  SD496104 Post code WN8 7HZ

Contact Details

T: 01257 464215

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