A group of residents has started working on local actions for wildlife and the environment. To start off, KPC has agreed to let a few areas at the edges of Kelsall Green go wild, ie. reduce grass cutting and plant some wildflowers.
If you're interested in joining this group, please contact cllr C. Deruty at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other organisations are planning to use road verges to benefit insects, including Cheshire West, and Cheshire Wildlife Trust. They are asking for residents to suggest particular areas of roadside where wildflowers could be planted. You can submit suggestions, and find out more about the Go Wild for Wildflowers campaign on their website here.