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Nature Reserves around Nailsea

Nature Reserves around Nailsea

The town of Nailsea (population about 20,000) grew from a small village in the 1980s. Many of the inhabitants work in the city of Bristol that is about 12km away. Although much of our countryside was used for building new houses, some areas are still relatively undisturbed and remain as havens for wildlife. Some of the nature reserves around Nailsea that are open to the public. See Wikipedia: Nature Reserves in Nailsea Moorend Spout Nature Reserve (ST466715) www.newt.btck.co.uk Moorend Spout…

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Links to other environmental groups

Links to other environmental groups

A list of the other environmental groups in North Somerset England. Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre http://www.brerc.org.uk/ Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre (BRERC) is the central repository for biodiversity and geodiversity data for the ’West of England’ area: the same area as the former county of Avon. The Environmental Network of North Somerset (TENONS) http://www.tenons.org.uk/ The Environmental Network of North Somerset (TENONS) is a networking group, with the purpose of raising levels of awareness of environmental issues in our area….

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Nature Volunteers around Nailsea

Nature Volunteers around Nailsea

There are many volunteers at work for saving wildlife in UK, even in our local area (Nailsea and North Somerset). In this page, I will report to you the wildlife groups that I am involved in. If you interested in wildlife and our work, please contact me from the contact form below the page. Nailsea Environment & Wildlife Trust (NEWT) http://www.newt.btck.co.uk/ Nailsea Environment & Wildlife Trust (NEWT, registered charity no 1132465) was formed in 2008 to purchase land with high wildlife…

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