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Woodland and butterfly habitat management on this parish wildlife site. Parking at new village hall -
Halo polishing veteran trees. Park in the car park, with the height restricting barrier, on the right, 300 yards east of the crossroads on Bucklebury Common heading towards the Blade Bone Inn. From there we will split into three teams to work in three separate locations on the Common.
Meet outside the Black Barn, up the gravel track off Back Lane, Bradfield, Berks RG7 6DS. Enjoy a fascinating visit around this organic mixed farm to find out about sheep, cattle, crop and woodland management including charcoal making and see evidence of the asteroid which killed off the dinosaurs. Hot drinks will be provided. Wrap up warm and wear walking boots or wellies as we will need to use the biosecurity mats.
Ongoing maintenance of this important Thames side water meadow. Park in the recreation ground car park at the top of Cleeve Court Road.
Site maintenance tasks. Parking in the main car park take left fork after the toilet block and park beyond the ranger’s secure compound.
Ongoing maintenance at the Organic Research Centre. Parking on opposite side of the road from the main building in track leading to barns.
Nominations are ionvited for the Committee Post of Hon Chairman. Nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org before 10th May 2017
Meadow management and bracken bashing. Meet at The Cottage, Ashampstead Common
Join Charles Gilchrist, Grahame Hawker and a geological expert. Magnificent views over the Goring Gap, the Chilterns and the Thames Valley. Chalkland flowers and butterflies. Meet at the National Trust car park at the top of Streatley Hill on the B4009. SU583 807
Bracken bashing. Meet at Holt Lodge Farm House near Kintbury.
Clearing invasive rhododendron from this ancient hill fort. Parking near the Estate house at the castle -
Tim Culley leads an evening walk looking at heathland restoration and some of the specialized wildlife associated with this habitat. Meet at Angel's Corner, by the Scout Hut on Bucklebury Common at 8.30pm. Grid ref: SU 550 688.
Bracken bashing on this SSSI. Park opposite the bungalow just before King’s Copse House. Accessed via Jennets Hill
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