A sleety, dawn start was followed by brilliant sunshine and scudding clouds, producing some dramatic skies. First job was to check on progress with the wetland development on No.4 bed, which is moving steadily despite the difficult working conditions, caused by the exceptionally high water levels. On the cleared area Read more...
Become a Permit Holder
You can support Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve and conservation effort by becoming a permit holder.
Visitors will know that work has recently started on the improvement of No.4 bed wetland for nature. Due to the use of heavy machinery and earthworks, health and safety concerns dictate that the whole of the bed is officially closed to visitors whilst the development work is in progress. All access is restricted to persons involved in the development and all persons must sign in at the site office on entering and must wear Hi-vis jackets or vests and hard hats for visibility and protection.
Updates on the progress of the improvements will be posted on the Woolston Eyes Facebook pages and the website www.woolstoneyes.com in due course. We ask all our permit holders, wardens and members of the public to please refrain from entering the site, follow the news updates and await the re-opening on completion of this first phase of the improvement work around the end of March 2020
W.E.C.G. - Woolston Eyes Conservation Group
PLEASE NOTE - CHANGE IN CLOSING TIME FOR THE RESERVE. The Reserve will remain open to permit holders from 08:00hrs to 16:0hrs from 27th October for the winter period until further notice. Always check the closing time on the footbridge entrance gate notice when entering the site to ensure you can timely leave the Reserve before it closes.
If you have ever considered getting more involved in the Reserve then why not help us as a volunteer on a regular basis or on occasional days or projects? Contact our Warden Daniel Gornall, preferably by email but via mobile also between 08:30 and 16:00 hours.
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