Grove Academy – working near Willow Wood
Mike Gurney, NYCC Countryside Ranger and Keith Wilkinson MBE, Honorary Secretary inspect the new Bilton Beck Bridge which was officially opened on 17th August 2016; re-opening this popular Public Right of Way which had been closed on safety grounds since the violent storms of 2015.
Storm Barbara and some smaller gales brought similar problems to Nidd Gorge as the river Nidd Levels rose dramatically, bringing down trees and piling debris against the Burgess Bridge again. Thankfully our Boardwalk and Footpath repairs held up well and river bank damage was slight.
Download the Autumn 2016 newletter here.
Bats are very important , they keep the population of moths steady. Most bats eat moths. Some bats pollinate flowers.
Harrogate Borough Council is undertaking a Public Consultation Exercise on Harrogate’s future development. If you want your voice to be heard you should register on their website now.
If you are looking for a stocking filler for Christmas, look no further. At £5 our A4 in full colour our 2017 calendar will fit the bill.
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May is a wonderful time for wildlife gardening. As the weather warms, the garden fills out, and many insects are on the wing bringing extra colour and sound.