This rewarding new role, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, will lead the successful delivery of conservation and volunteering activities to target audiences across the Dee Estuary working with partners, local communities and volunteers.   Our Dee Estuary is a Tidal Dee Catchment Partnership project led by Cheshire Wildlife Trust. The project aims to connect the coastal communities of the Dee Estuary (Wirral, Cheshire West and Chester, Flintshire and Denbighshire) with their natural heritage to create a new community of stewardship to effectively conserve and safeguard it. It is a cross-border project working on both the English and Welsh shores of the Dee Estuary and aims to catalyse an estuary-wide approach to governance, communications and engagement. As a te

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