Slader's Leigh  2nd May 2021.  Photos by Judith Tranter

Blue bells , windflowers and garlic under the old oak          A wild garlic carpet

An ash grove - what will their fate be, will they survive     
the dieback epidemic hidden away in our reserve?              A small leaved lime , layered and ready for transplanting

The pond is nearly dry after this last months' drought             A bright oasis of Green peace

Fungi in a Wood near Chewton Mendip, April 2020. Photos by Mary Heffernan

Hedging and Coppicing in Tania's Wood January 2021 (just before the lockdown).

Photos by Judith Tranter

The tangled original hedge                                              Uncovering the culvert                                                            

Precarious work                                                                Taking shape

Clearing the culvert                                                        Ready for replanting with holly bushes

Small hollies planted on top of ditch

The snowy Mendip Hills from Tania's wood        Coppicing the very overgrown hazel trees

Coppiced hazel brush covered                     Making hedging stakes

Useful timber kept upright after coppicing         The last hazel in the row coppiced

Chewing over the day                   The Deer Leap Bank is kept clear

A visitor on the bank

January Scenes. Photos by Mary Heffernan

Near Hazel Farm, above Compton Martin

Frosty morning at Charterhouse                              Rainy day at East Harptree Woods

Stockhill Woods. December 2020. Photos by Mary Heffernan

Fungi in Stockhill Woods, November. Photos by Mary Heffernan

October - photo by Judith Tranter

Tania's Wood 20th October - mending the flight of steps between two areas of the wood.

Thanks to Malcolm and Tucksey who did the work. Photos by Judith Tranter

Mendip Scenes (October) photos by Mary Heffernan

In Stockhill Woods                     Fungi in East Harptree Woods

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