Monthly Archives: May 2014

Newsletter May 2014

The photo for the Chew Valley Lake event in our May Newsletter shows Jim Ramadan, one of our Volunteer Rangers. Regrettably he passed away earlier this month having contributed significantly to the AONB during his time with us. Thank you … Continue reading

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Young Rangers May Day

On Saturday 17th May the Young Rangers learned a traditional skill that is integral to the feel of the Mendip Hills; dry-stone walling. We had a beautiful day for it, many thanks to Joe Middleton from Avon Wildlife Trust. More … Continue reading

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Beacon Batch Path Erosion

Project tackles Beacon Batch path erosion A section of badly eroded path leading to the highest point in the Mendip Hills. has been repaired by the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Unit. The area around the Beacon … Continue reading

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Bats about Burrington

Bats About Burrington-  Free event on Black Down in the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)   Sorry! This event has been cancelled and will be rearranged at a later date. Still contact us if you are interested … Continue reading

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Early Bird Walk

Early Bird walk-  Free event on Black Down in the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) If you have ever wondered what all the different birds are on the Black Down and Burrington Commons then now is an … Continue reading

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Bats About Burrington

Wednesday 14th May 8pm – 10.30pm Bats About Burrington If you have ever wondered how bats fly in the dark then come along to discover the fascinating nocturnal world of Black Down. Join the Somerset Bat Group who will be bringing … Continue reading

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