Daniel Gornall / May 2021 – vol. 114, issue 5, pp 305–306 Nestled along the River Alt close to the town of Maghull, Lancashire & North Merseyside, lies my local patch: Lunt Meadows. Just six years ago, the land – like much of the wider area – was used for agriculture. The area was purchased by the Environment Agency in 2014 and management passed to the Lancashire Wildlife Trust: Lunt Meadows Nature Reserve was born. The surrounding landscape... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.