Mother Shipton moth on Pyramidal Orchid, Hedgley Bottom Key Wildlife Site, June 2009
Mother Shipton moth on Pyramidal Orchid, Hedgley Bottom Key Wildlife Site, June 2009
Chedworth Environment Group
Chedworth Environment Group

Projects

Hedgley Bottom Pond Project

 

The pond had become very overgrown over the years. The Chedworth Environment Group have worked with the local landowner and other partners to create a new pond that we hope will provide interest and enjoyment for years to come.

The construction of a bird-watching hide at the Hedgley Bottom Pond. The hazel skeleton will be infilled with withies (willow whips) during the Easter holidays.
Pond filling up with water from the stream.
The pond after being dredged.
Dredging in action
Dredging in action
Dredging in action
Before dredging was started. Lots to clear out.
The pond in summer before work was carried out. Very hard to see the pond at all.
5th October 2014 - Autumn coming to the pond.

NEWS

 

Hedgley Bottom Pond Project

 

The Project progresses - dredging of the pond and the fencing is now complete.    Next spring we will be asking for lots of volunteers to help continue the project.

 

Read Susie Moore's report on work to date here.



The CHEG Constitution Published

 

Read about our new constitution here, our aims and objectives and how we work with the community in Chedworth

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