The Friends of Bramcote Ridge

Welcome


Following the severe restrictions now in force due to the threat of infection from others in any type of social gathering we have to suspend the regular monthly working sessions with immediate effect. We very much hope to resume regular working sessions as soon as government and medical advice permits.

We have also taken the decision to suspend publication and delivery of our quarterly Newsletter. As these are hand delivered to members, by members, we are keen to ensure everyong is kept as safe as possible by adhering to the Government's guideines on avoiding unnecessary journeys and maintaining social distancing.

Meanwhile everyone, take all precautions and stay healthy.

Welcome to our web site, where you can find a wealth of information relating to the community conservation group known as 'The Friends of Bramcote Ridge', and the area of land that they care for. To assist in navigating the pages, there is a contents section below giving brief details of the individual areas of the site. Alternatively, the menu above can be used to go directly to the respective pages.

Contents

The Friends - Find out about our group, known as 'The Friends of Bramcote Ridge'; - who we are, what we do, how and when we do it.

Blog - Get the latest News from the Friend's Blog - what we've done in the past, what we're doing now and what we're going to do in the future.

The Ridge - Learn about Bramcote Ridge - where it is, what it is like, its importance and its history.

Flora - Discover the various habitats on the site and how we go about managing them. Discover the plants that grow there.

Fauna - Find out about the varied wildlife that lives in and around tthe Ridge.

Join The Friends - Would you like to get more involved and/or simply help to support the work of the Friends of Bramcote Ridge?

Contact Us - Would you like more information about any aspect of the Friends or Bramcote Ridge? - then use this page to contact us directly.

Links - Links to all our partner's Web Sites, and others on a conservation theme.