Category Archives: What’s at Risk

Rights of way

Hook Norton Cutting is an old railway cutting that has been a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) since 1971. The site contains a variety of semi-natural and man-made limestone habitats including calcareous grassland, alongside scrub and secondary woodland. Hook Norton … Continue reading

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The Swere Valley – a designated low fly zone

We are extremely concerned over the safety issues with regard to the regularity of low flying aircraft in the proximity of the weather mast, let alone a wind turbine/s. The Swere Valley is an area which is a designated low … Continue reading

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Wildlife

Wildlife Update II We reported in the first wildlife blog that one of the pairs of deer had had a calf; we were overjoyed today to spot it along with the other pair – and what looks like a new … Continue reading

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