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Report provided by the Earth Trust, covering activity at Radley Lakes for the second half of 2018. Includes an overview of notable species, community activity, habitat management and surveys. Download PDF here.
Abingdon Naturalists Society have attached lists of plants they found on four visits to the ash pits - April to August. Nine Abingdon Naturalist (ABNATS) Volunteers concentrated mainly on Pit H/I, dividing it notionally into 8 habitat areas with s
Abingdon Naturalists Society has been caring for Barton Fields since it was designated as a Jubilee Wildlife Site in 2013.
Situated north of the Thames, upstream of Abingdon Weir, the 17-acre site has a mosaic of habitats including g
Sandles before demolition
FRL members will doubtless be delighted to hear that the long-awaited demolition of Sandles, the house at Thrupp Lake, has now been completed. The building was widely regarded as an eye-sore and has bee
Kingfisher © Friends of Radley Lakes
A decision is still pending on an application by J. Curtis & Sons Ltd to extend their temporary industrial permissions on their Thrupp Lane site for a further 5 years. The application was
Radley Lakes Area
As mentioned previously, Radley Parish Council is leading the production of a Neighbourhood Plan for Radley. Once formally adopted, this will be part of the statutory planning framework, and will help to shape future