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Hellenge Hill Warning Adders active on Hellenge Hill

There are various footpath access entrances from Bleadon to the Avon Wildlife Trust Hellenge Hill reserve and here are some photos below to show them. You can click on any image thumbnail to expand it.

 

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An open invitation from Cynth Sparks, Reserves Warden, Avon Wildlife Trust. (original text from Bleadon Village News Winter 2012)

Avon Wildlife Trust would be pleased to welcome anyone to their team of voluntary helpers looking after their reserves at Purn Hill and Hellenge. If you enjoy the great outdoors, would like some gentle exercise and are interested in the natural world. Then why not join us when you have time? We are a small and friendly team who normally meet at Hellenge on a Tuesday and Purn on a Thursday. There is no need to commit yourself to attending regularly. We would be pleased to receive any help you can offer. So if you would like to see butterflies, buzzards and barn owls, foxes, deer and adders, and enjoy the plethora of wild flowers that grow on the calcareous grassland. Please get in touch. 

 

Cynth can be contacted on 01934 204028 or 07884166536 or cynthia.sparks@sky.com and Alan on 01934 812084 or alan.kerr@tinyworld.co.uk 

 

Some of the flowers to be found (originals taken by Alan Kerr)
Lady's Bedstraw on Hellenge HillDwarf Thistle on Hellenge HillKnapweed on Hellenge Hill

 

Panoramic video. Brean Down - Brent Knoll - Shiplate Slait

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