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In the category: Invertebrates
This medieval church opens only four times per year. The grounds surrounding the church building hide some interesting features including varying lengths of grassland, wooded areas, old gravestones covered with lichens and mosses, large ant hills and historic ruins, which are great habitats for wildflowers, invertebrates, wall plants, basking reptiles and small mammals. Administered by the Revd Sharon Potter, […]
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 […]
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 […]