Primrose Nature Reserve

Primrose Community Nature Trust owns and manages the Primrose Nature Reserve for the benefit of the community and wildlife. It is perhaps the most exciting development of a community space in the town since the Castle Grounds were purchased by the Council in 1920. Despite being severely neglected, the site is already listed as a Biological Heritage Site. The extensive restoration work has now been carried out by the Ribble Rivers Trust making this a beautiful natural sanctuary for wildlife that includes walkway and bridges that connect Whalley Road to Woone Lane. The Dam has been made safe and prepared for the installation of the longest Alaskan A fish pass in England.