People from Trafford have been invited to take part in a walk through a Cheshire forest to help raise funds for nature that is under threat.

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) a Great Wild Walk in Delamere Forest on Saturday, July 1, with participants able to take part in either a five or 10 mile walk.

The walk looks to allow people to to take in the beautiful summer landscape, raise vital funds nature that is under threat, and help to save the world's wild isles.

On the day, participants can pick up a WWF t-shirt, enjoy one of the picturesque routes, then collect an eco-medal on crossing the finish line.

Funds raised from the Great Wild Walk will go towards protecting and restoring wildlife and habitats in the UK and around the world.

Louise Oakley, Director of Events and Community Fundraising at WWF said: "We can't wait to put on our walking gear and take in the sights, smells and sounds of the beautiful Delamere Forest this summer.

"Not only is this a brilliant opportunity to get outdoors, enjoy the company of friends and family and boost your wellbeing, but it’s also a simple way to do your bit for nature.

"People taking part in and fundraising for Great Wild Walks will help WWF’s work to bring our world back to life, and we are there to support their journey every step of the way."

People can sign up to participate on the WWF's website.