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In the category: Bats
The beautiful space is managed by members of the Lavenham Woodland Project. Currently the site mainly consists of mature and immature woodland, hedgerow with standards, grassland, scrub, seasonally wet ditches and a small area of open water created by a natural spring. The presence of grass snake, slow-worm, bats, raptors, butterflies and badgers make […]
Churchyards act as sanctuary’s for wildlife as unlike much of their surrounding environment they have been spared agricultural and commercial development making them vital refuges for a range of flora and fauna. Holy Trinity Churchyard is managed for public use and for wildlife by a dedicated group of volunteers. The front of the Churchyard is […]
The Melford Walk provides a valuable refuge for a range of plants and animals, in an otherwise largely intensively farmed and semi-urban area. The principal habitats on site are grassland, mature trees, scrub, embankments and wet ditches. It is particularly notable for the presence of reptiles, namely Slow-worm and Common lizard, mammals, including Badger and […]
Within this former market town many green spaces can be found, including sites such as The Melford Walk (a disused railway line) Melford Country Park and Holy Trinity Churchyard, each of which are managed by committed groups of volunteers for people and for wildlife. Click on the below tabs to find out more….