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In the category: Woodland
My Wild Life is a weekly column running each Saturday throughout 2015 in the East Anglian Daily Times. Each week it features stories of action for local wildlife The five commons surrounding the village of Wenhaston, near Halesworth, form part of the Suffolk Sandlings and contain areas of threatened lowland heath. Once managed by local […]
When Haughley Parish Council took on the ownership of the former Haughley Picnic Site there were some parishioners who thought we must be mad. After all everybody knew that it had had an unsavoury reputation for years, to such an extent that the previous owner, Suffolk County Council had virtually mothballed the site and even […]
Fen Meadow is a wonderful site, tucked away between The Abbey school grounds and Cumberland Street in Woodbridge. It is a space for local people to enjoy and is a rich and diverse site for wildlife in its meadow, scrub and woodland areas. In 2013 Ann Bannister, along with the other members of the Friends […]
Suffolk Wildlife Trust has been working with Rendlesham Parish Council since 2014 when ownership of the main recreation site in the village, Jubilee Park, was transferred from Suffolk Coastal District Council to the Parish Council. Parish Councillor, Carole Brason, Chairman of the Jubilee Park Committee, said at the time: “This is a momentous occasion for […]
“That was brilliant! Can we go again next time, Mummy?” This was my six year old daughter, Evie’s response to the (very chilly) morning we spent exploring Polstead Wood at the launch meeting of Hadleigh Wildlife Watch group in December last year. Evie wasn’t alone in having a fantastic time at the meeting. Nursery and […]