Monthly Archives: July 2016

Beech Bottom Dyke Action Day 2

After determined efforts, Friends of Bernards Heath has now opened up the Dyke so that it is possible to walk along the bottom from the entrance near the Ancient Briton junction to the railway embankment, a distance of about one

Posted in Action Days, Beech Bottom Dyke, Litter

Berry good jam

David Pearce giving  young people a taste of hedgerow jelly (or jam) at Bernards Heath Infants School on Global Families Day. 

Posted in Promotion

Progress on the Lower Field

A verdant sward of new grass now runs across the Lower Field towards Fontmell Close. This was recently an unsightly mess following attempts to provide access for residents of Fontmell and Bridle Close after the sinkhole appearance last October. Photo:

Posted in Ariston site, Fontmell, Maintenance

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Newsletter Spring 2017

A Guide to Beech Bottom Dyke
by Peter Burley
Missing display board
June 2017
Missing board - Townsend drive
If you missed this interpretation board recently, the legs rotted and it is in for repair


Poppies June 2017
Now appearing on the Heath
Poppies, perhaps brought in with the soil used on the Lower Field after the sinkhole event.
Photo: PB

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FoBH MugsMugs available from the Heath Bakery (Londis) at £5 each

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