Friends of Dothill Local Nature Reserve
Lost & found
Another Pride award
River Champions UK
Review 2019 - 2020
Great crested newts
Gallery 3: 2020
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Gallery 1: 2016 - 17
Mammal trap 18th Oct
Bat walk 14th Sept
Mini Beasts 9th Aug
Open Day 6th July
Woodcraft 10th May
Shrops pine martens
Telegraph toad story
Wetland update 2019
Review 2018 - 2019
Friends & the Co-op
Love your River
School stone project
Water testing award
Review 2017 - 2018
News 2016 & 2017
Review 2016 - 2017
Tee Lake carp
Swan family 2020 (2)
Swan family 2020 (1)
Swans & cygnets 2019
Otter & young
50 Tree Trail
Three Bridge Way
Water quality tests
The two Williams
Now a playground ...
The old houses
Field Study Guides
Friends at work and flora & fauna
Due to lockdown we are still working in pairs. One pair worked on clearing the path by the old canal. Before ...
... and after. 24th November 2020.
Another team cut back the vegetation on the steps by Morville Drive - before ...
... and after. Great work, Ron and Vera.
Jon and Russell after another session on the Donnerville path - 17th November 2020.
Keith and Jerry working hard on the planned nursery area - 17th November 2020.
Litter and tree supports collected from Donnerville Spinney by Glenys and Fiona - 17th November 2020.
More work on the path by Donnerville Close - great work Lisette. 13th November 2020.
She's a dab hand with a rake too.
The larch provides a nice bit of Autumn colour.
Volunteer groups are suspended but we can continue working in pairs. This is Jon on the Donnerville path - 10th November 2020.
Paula getting stuck in!
Kevin and Dawn collected a load of plastic tree supports - well done both!
New bench installed by Tee Lake - good work, Keith & Jerry - 9th November 2020.
Beanhill Wood looking lovely in the autumn light - November 2020.
Today's progress on the planned nursery area - 3rd November 2020 ...
... and today's progress on the path - 3rd November 2020.
Blue and gold.
The Reserve could lose 500 trees to ash die-back disease, so we are prepping this area between Tee Lake and the old canal to plant saplings - 27th October 2020.
Revealing a wall that was part of the canal system.
We made a fair start.
An autumnal henge.
Some of the group continued with the path while others cleared undergrowth - 20th October 2020.
Clearing undergrowth from the hedge plants - 20th October 2020.
Top layer going down - 13th October 2020.
Who knew weed suppression was that funny?! 13th October 2020.
Beanhill Brook October 2020.
Normally you can see stepping stones here - Beanhill Brook mid-October 2020.
A great turnout today, so the volunteers split into 3 groups. The ladies cleared the undergrowth from around the holly saplings by Charlton Pool. 6th October 2020.
Some of the volunteers continued prepping the hedge by the 'snake' field for laying, and the rest of us carried on with the path by Donnerville Close. 6th October 2020.
Tee Lake - a tranquil September scene.
A splash of bright autumn colour - September 2020.
A peaceful seat.
Socially distanced volunteering - 29th September 2020.
Continuing hedge work at the back of the 'snake' field - 22nd September 2020.
Time for a brief pause - it's allowed occasionally!
September evening light on newly-mowed meadow, Tee Lake. The annual mow lets in light for wildflower seeds to germinate through winter.
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