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Conservation Work Report – 12th September

Tuesday’s work day was well supported by Cheshire Wildlife Trust volunteers and our local town’s folk. The day followed the regular pattern of gorse clearing and nest box maintenance. We put up ten additional nest boxes, and checked and cleaned … Continue reading

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Conservation Work Report – 9th May

Today we continued our work to keep the heather areas clear of gorse and tree saplings. It wasn’t as backbreaking as last time as Adam, our volunteer leader, brought the brush cutter along with him. The main job for us … Continue reading

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Conservation Work Report

Today, 21st March, we had yet another productive day with volunteers from Friends of The Heath and Cheshire Wildlife Trust (CWT). Together we cleared gorse, put up nest boxes and planted trees. In the morning we cleared some new gorse … Continue reading

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Fantastical Winter Woodland

Go into the wood now and you’ll see winter has transformed the trees into sculptures of some fantastical creatures. Are they Tolkien’s Ents from Middle-earth perhaps or other friendly monsters? Squint your eyes and imagine how they might come to life when no … Continue reading

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Summer Sun

The summer sun has come with June. In the long evenings it sparkles through the leaves of the trees and highlights the masses of lacy, white Cow Parsley flowers. It is one of The Heath’s many delights! Joy Jones

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