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Protection of key species

The Meres and Mosses of north Shropshire, Cheshire and west Staffordshire is an area well known within the conservation sector for its iconic species, some of which are regionally, nationally or internationally rare.  For example, the Least Water-lily which grows in a small population in Cole Mere in Shropshire, does not grow wild anywhere else in England!  Charities in this area are working hard to protect this and other species including the beautiful Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterfly, the incredible carnivorous Round-leaved Sundew plant and the shy and elusive Water Vole.

By becoming a Supporter of the Meres and Mosses Business Environment Network or sponsoring a project, your business will help to ensure that these plants and animals that make this area so special will be around for future generations.

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