Year: 2018

Foxes on the Heath

Took this photo about 04.00 Friday morning, 15th June. The two young Foxes sitting together passing the time. By the time l stopped they had spotted me but still a good picture. Thanks: Dave McCormack

Posted in Wildlife

Tree Walk

Tree Walk on Sunday, 1 July at 10.00 am Meet on the Top Heath opposite Heath Bakery from where Roger Miles will lead a walk around Bernards Heath, Beech Bottom Dyke and Sandridge Road Wastes. This is an opportunity to

Posted in Beech Bottom Dyke, Trees, Uncategorized, Wastes

Friends of Bernards Heath and Your Data

If you use the internet on a regular basis, you’ve have probably had many emails about the new General Data Protection Regulations, GDPR. It gives a glimpse into the number of places data is held on us. The data we

Posted in Data Protection

Bluebells

    Bluebells are coming into flower over the Heath now as you may have noticed. Why not visit Beech Bottom Dyke for the best collections, where native bluebells, rather than the Spanish variety, proliferate. The native flowers also have

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Litter Pick and Spring Tidy

Posted in Action Days, Litter

Stones to Seek

These attractive painted stones have appeared on the Heath. Can you find them? Photos: MN

Posted in Art

Weather takes its toll on trees

Several trees on the Heath have succumbed to winter gales, some because of the ‘sail’ effects of ivy and the wind drag it causes, and others, including this dead hawthorn, to old age. This latter tree has fallen across the

Posted in Townsend Drive, Trees, Weather

Bernards Heath weather 2017

Remember those days from late March to mid May when grass began to turn yellow and water restrictions were a distinct possibility? There was only 1.5 mm of rain in April, see above.  The summer was not particularly dry by

Posted in Weather