Mendip Hills (Cheddar/Axbridge)
What does the Group do?
We try to ensure that our talks cater for all interests and provide a varied programme covering wildlife and topical conservation issues.
In the summer months we hold monthly outdoor events (except August) at local Trust reserves and other places of natural interest. From September to April on the first Sunday of the month we run a series of walks/visits usually in the Group area, but often further afield.
You can see all our local events in the left-hand column. All are welcome; you don't have to be a member of the Trust.
We try to extend beyond our boundaries and work with other local groups. Our fund raising efforts are concentrated on our annual plant sale run. In 2013 we raised the magnificent sum of £2,500. Our members also actively support the Mendip Conservation Volunteers in their work on the Trust's Mendip reserves.
Big Bat Survey Report 2012
This report is now available. Please click here to view it.
What area does the Group cover?
The Mendip Hills Group is based on Cheddar and our area covers the Mendip Hills north to Shipham and west to Crook Peak. Our boundaries also extend onto the levels around Wedmore, Mark, Axbridge and the Brent Villages, and down to the Bristol Channel at Burnham, Berrow and Brean
Where does the Group meet?
We hold regular indoor meetings from September to April on the third Tuesday of the month. Currently these are held at the Cheddar Catholic Church Hall, Tweentown, Cheddar, BS27 3HU.
How do I get involved?
Contact Ged Keele on 01278 769010 or make use of the Contact Form below.