Information on Avon’s remnant wildflower meadows, with many in the Chew Valley, an increasingly rare and valuable habitat and havens for pollinators.
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A guide to Avon Wildlife Trust’s Nature Reserves to help your enjoyment and appreciation of the West of England’s wildlife and wild places.
Two trails exploring the many habitats available around the margins of Chew Valley Lake giving visitors an opportunity to see and enjoy the many wild flowers, insects, animals and the beautiful views.
Learn about butterflies and moths and discover how Butterfly Conservation works to conserve these fascinating insects and our environment.
Visitor guide and map to many churches of interest in the area.
A guide to the two Scheduled Ancient Monuments on Burrington Ham – Aveline’s Hole and Burrington Camp.
Discover how the dramatic landscape of Burrington and Black Down has inspired artists, poets and writers.
Discover how the earliest scientifically dated cemetery in Britain, 10,200 and 10,400 years old, was found at Aveline's Hole
Burrington Camp is a multiphase hill-slope enclosure of late prehistoric date.
Burrington ham is a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) which means it is a really important place for wildlife. This book is packed with activities to help you explore Burrington Ham through the seasons.