The work party on Sunday 22nd November is on, this is allowed by government rules as long as everyone follows the 2m distancing rule and has not had Covid-19 or had to isolate in the last 2 weeks. We will adhere to the Government rules for Covid19, so once again we will reluctantly have to … read more
As a thank you message to Network Rail Fraser Cottington put together a sped up compilation video of the marsh and reed bed excavations and added some nice music. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Our postponed Annual General Meeting is to be held via Zoom on Tuesday 22 September 2020 at 7.30pm. A link to join the meeting has been send to everyone who has given us their email address, if you have not received the details and would like to join then please contact us. As Zoom switches … read more
Summerleaze Ltd, owners of the landfill and neighbouring Lodge Wood Lake and whom sold Lea Farm Lake to Ron Bryant, are assisting LWT by promoting our GoFundMe fund raising page on their website’s news page Summerleaze Ltd have always supported FOLL before LWT was formed and we continue to maintain a dialogue and strong and … read more
Our long awaited huge habitat expansion and creation project funded by Network Rail is underway, the reed bed along the West side to the North is already about 25% dug, the drivers of a large excavator, bulldozer and tipper are making great progress, lots of pictures and videos on our Facebook group
Our postponed Annual General Meeting is to be held via Zoom on 22 September 2020 at 7.30pm. A link to join the meeting will be sent a few days beforehand. Please would you email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend, saying how your name will appear on your zoom login, as we need to record attendees … read more
Our existing Treasurer is looking to step down in the not too distant future, meaning LWT is looking for someone to replace him and help us manage our income and expenditure. The role is not complex, Phil has set out an excellent set of documents making the job much easier, it just requires a diligent … read more
After a gap of 8 days the Night Heron was found at Sandford Lake and stayed in view for nearly 1 and half hours, it was then seen arriving at Sandford again 3 days later (19th) and sat in a tree above the reeds near the hide for several hours in sheltering from the rain, … read more
Early morning 8th August a juvenile Night Heron, also known as Black-crowned Night Heron flew over low over Lea Farm Lake towards Dinton Pastures, but could not be found. Being crepuscular – active at twilight, it was probably heading to an unknown roost. 2 days later a local resident sent Fraser Cottington a picture of … read more
A blue ringed Common Tern E07, was seen throughout July, but it took me several attempts to get a good enough look at the ring to see the number. I have now checked and it is actually one of our own young hatched and fledged here in 2011. The cr-birding page provides all the data. … read more
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