The website is (still) in the process of getting a face-lift. To leverage the facilities available in our hosting environment (WordPress) most articles have been re-homed under the ‘Posts’ page, with a monthly archive being created automatically.
Until I get a proper archive index up and running, the following table should help you find those articles

November 12 Ash Disease
December 12 Tree Felling, Bird Survey
Febuary 13 Community Pride funding
March 13 Children need wild spaces
July 13 General Update
November 13 General Update, Apples left to rot

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2 thoughts on “News

  1. Please can you inform me of the plans to extend the nature reserve from the ponds to the rear of 22 to 28 Pilford Avenue. We have recieved correspondence from the council stating that they wish to erect a 6 foot fence at the rear of our properties
    on the boundry of the the orginal railway line. In consideration of the Council plans we want to know if we need to make our properties secure.

    Thank you

    Mrs Brenda Jones

    • The actual nature reserve already occupies all the land along to the iron bridge at Old Pats.
      The council fencing plans are, I believe, in response to some adjacent land owners encroaching onto council property.
      The Friends of Pilley Bridge Nature Reserve currently have no plans to open up the area beyond the ponds.

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