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In the category: Recording

Old School Wood

Page type: Project
Date: 10 Jul 14

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 […]

Great Waldingfield

Page type: Scrapbook
Date: 03 Jul 14

The Melford Walk

Page type: Project
Date: 01 Jul 14

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 […]

Old School Wood & Churchyard Discovery Day

Page type: News post
Date: 14 Jun 14

Today we explored Great Waldingfield Churchyard and Old School Wood. There was lots to discover in the pond and we spotted common lizards basking in the sunshine and a common blue butterfly on the meadow.

Identifying Wildflowers on the Melford Walk

Page type: News post
Date: 06 Jun 14

A great day was enjoyed by all who attended the Melford Walk today to take part in identifying and recording the plants present along this disused railway line. Species found along the walk include: Agrimony, Agrimonia eupatoria Black horehound, Ballota nigra Cleavers, Galium aparine Comfrey, Symphytum spp. Common knapweed, Centaurea nigra Common knotgrass, Polygonum aviculare Common mallow, […]