Bollin Valley Partnership - Home Page
The Bollin Valley Partnership has been working for over 40 years providing a Countryside Management Service within the catchment of the River Bollin.
This website shows the sites and trails we look after, events and activities you can take part in and information about the Bollin Valley Partnership
Please adhere to the government guidelines concerning social distancing and be respectful of others and of our rangers who are all working hard to keep the sites looking great. Thank you.
Bollin Valley Way 2022
Our leaflets are proving to be really popular. If you want a copy of the leaflet, email the Bollin Valley team and we will send you the three leaflets or email a link to a printable version.
Explore our countryside parks and other sites. Information about their location, facilities and the activities available can be found on our sites and trails pages.
A list of events run by the Bollin Valley Rangers or our partner organisations can be found on the events and activities pages of this website. Most of our events can be booked online.
Help the Rangers look after the countryside on your doorstep. We run practical conservation tasks, such as Himalayan balsam pulling, as part of our events and activities program. Our Community Projects Officer also organises schools projects and special events.
We welcome enquires from individuals and corporate or community groups for volunteering opportunities or 'green days'.
Tackling Climate Change
We are well into our winter programme of works now with site improvements such as tree felling or planting, where needed, and general maintenance on our well used paths. Pictured is a major footpath repair in Morley Green where the path had been washed away by heavy rain. For more on this and other stories about our work see the what's happening in the valley page.
Bollin Valley's first 11 Longhorns were bought in 1988. You can read more about the 30 years of the Bollin herd on our 30th anniversary page.
You can see our pedigree herd of Longhorn Cattle at sites throughout the Bollin Valley. They help us with conservation management of our wild flower rich meadows and provide an income to the Partnership.