Organised by the New Cut Ecology and Heritage group working in partnership with both Warrington Borough Council and the Carbon Landscape organisation the day was heralded as another success for the team. This is the 4th national event and it was a pleasure to take part. Our aim is to conserve and restore the meadows and the New Cut canal and it was pleasing to see so many people come along to share the day”
The organisers confirmed that the weather was so hot that they bought in extra bottled water to distribute free to the visitors.
Paddington Meadows support a wide variety of wildlife and are noted for the number of relatively rare birds they support and for having the oldest hedge rows in Cheshire.
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