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Transition Wilmslow has campaigned for more than a decade to raise awareness of this extraordinary landscape, its importance for climate change and biodiversity and its contribution to our shared heritage.   They have organised walks, talks, and other events.  In 2024, they launched the Friends of Lindow Moss - join the mailing list here.

The Lindow Moss Landscape Partnership, established in 2024, is a collective of community organisations, landowners, relevant local authorities, academics and charitable organisations that are committeed to working together in order to conserve, restore and interpret the wider Lindow Moss Landscape for the benefit of nature, the climate and people.  You can read the Partnership's prospectus in further reading at the bottom of this page.

Discover Lindow 2024 is a year long festival of events organised by Transition Wilmslow commemorating the 40th anniversary of the finding of Lindow Man, Britain's most famous bog body, in the bog in 1984.  A calendar of events can be found here.

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The Friends of Lindow Moss is an inclusive group that fosters community, public interest and participation to:​


  • Protect, restore and enhance the nature (biodiversity and ecosystem processes) of Lindow Moss

  • Conserve the diverse cultural heritage of Lindow Moss

  • Advocate Lindow Moss as an educational resource and to increase understanding and practical experiences of its diverse values

  • Promote the benefits that Lindow Moss can have for public health and wellbeing

  • Maintain and balance the unique atmosphere, features and qualities of Lindow Moss​


We welcome new members to the group, whether you want to play an active role or simply want to be kept up to date with developments on Lindow Moss.​


To join our mailing list (you can opt out at any time), complete your details below:

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