Save our Magnificent Meadows Events
After a really successful three years the Save our Magnificent Meadows project has now come to an end so these pages are provided for information only. However, you can still get involved in helping transform the fortunes of our wildflower grasslands by volunteering with the Magnificent Meadows Conservation Volunteers who are continuing to work on grassland reserves throughout Mendip on the first Thursday of each month. Please click here for more info.
For information on meadows, including how to create one in your garden or on your own land, please visit the Magnificent Meadows website (link to www.magnificentmeadows.org.uk), which has a huge amount of useful information, or you can get in touch with our Mendip team, here.
Since the beginning of Save our Magnificent Meadows, we have led and attended 44 events including meadow open days, local food markets, the Bath and West Show, and even Glastonbury festival!
Our events aim to inspire people with the beautiful meadows of the Mendip Hills and the wildlife that depends on them. They are also a great way to meet members of the local community, engage with families, and offer advice on how everyone can help their local wildlife. So far we have engaged with a whopping 5300 people, so thank you very much if you have come and visited us!
We have no more events planned for this year, but please check back regularly for news of our events in 2017.
Help us manage Asham Wood, Mendip’s largest and most biodiverse ancient woodland, with support from the owners of the site, Hanson UK. It's a great way of being active and spending time outdoors. Training will be provided by local coppicer Harry Samuel.
This event is now fully booked. Sorry for any disappointment. Please keep looking at our events page for similar events in the future.
Discover the best way to create or restore a pond with John Dickson, chairman of Somerset Reptile and Amphibian Group. After a detailed talk with a chance to ask questions, we will be visiting a local pond creation project to learn more.