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mendip Wildlif eLink events guide

Please take a look at Mendip Wildlife Links events below, or you can download the full programme.

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Help us manage Asham Wood, Mendip's largest and most biodiverse ancient woodland, with support from the owners of the site, Hanson UK. Training will be provided by local coppicer, Harry Samuel. 

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Woodlands are vital for helping to sustain wildlife across the landscape, and can provide a wealth of environmental, economic and social benefits. This session is for landowners keen to create new woodland or manage existing woods for wildlife. 

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Help us manage Asham Wood, Mendip's largest and most biodiverse ancient woodland, with support from the owners of the site, Hanson UK. Training will be provided by local coppicer, Harry Samuel. 

Walk Practical

       

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.

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Join us at Torr quarry in East Mendip to learn the traditional craft of hedgelaying with Chris Claxton and Tina Bath, and help us to restore an important wildlife habitat. With support from the owners of the site, Aggregate Industries.

    Walk Practical

       

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.

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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.

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The Mendip Wildlife Links project is working throughout East Mendip to restore habitats and engage people with the fantastic wildlife of the area. Mendip Wildlife Links is funded through an agreement between Aggregate Industries UK Limited and Somerset County Council through the Torr Works Environmental Enhancement Fund.

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