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In the category: Amphibians
In 2001 children and community-minded parishioners came together to create a woodland in Bures. Over 400 new trees including orchard species were planted on a one and a half acre of land at the end of Claypits Avenue and Tawneys Ride to compliment the existing habitat of woodland, scrub and hedgerow. Additionally with advice from the Suffolk […]
St Mary’s churchyard is cared for by a group of volunteers for the benefit of both people and wildlife. In celebration of the beautiful surrounding landscape and the varied species found within it a circular walk was created to allow visitors and residents to observe the habitats and wildlife associated with the village. Copies of […]
In 2008 approximately 130 adults and children helped create this 3.3 acre woodland adjacent to St Lawrence’s Church as part of the Branchlines Community Woodland Project. Over 500 bare-rooted trees were planted including species such as hawthorn, oak, beech, hazel, yew, mountain ash and buddleia. Paths were cut so that visitors can walk amongst the trees, a wildlife pond […]