Monthly Archives: April 2017

Beech Bottom Dyke tidy up

Sunny weather on Sunday 23 April may have helped us, for about a dozen people turned out to remove litter (see inset) and clear growth around the top of the Dyke. The bluebells made it a picture and their smell

Posted in Action Days, Beech Bottom Dyke, Litter

In memory of Peter Butcher

At the end of January Bernards Heath lost Peter Butcher, almost certainly its oldest resident.  Ninety two years old, he had lived all his life in Upper Culver Road, bar military service at the end of WW II. At one

Posted in Bequests

Native and Spanish bluebells

Bluebells have appeared on the Heath early this year and there are two general types – native and Spanish, but can you tell the difference?  The picture (above left} shows the Spanish type which is more prolific with upright stems,

Posted in Photos

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Newsletter Spring 2017

A Guide to Beech Bottom Dyke
by Peter Burley
tortoiseshell butterfly
27th March 2017
Now appearing on the Heath
Tortoiseshell Butterfly.

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