Wildlife on the Slopes

A keen eyed resident has identified a Great Spotted Woodpecker on the Bommie. Sweet peas are growing in abundance on the Bommie and the good news is the more you pick the more they flower. Sainfoin has appeared on Kingswear, with lovely pink spikes of flowers. Great for pollinators, bees feeding on Sainfoin apparently produce […]

Free Storybook trail for Children – on the Slopes 17th to 21st August

South Bristol Children’s Centre have a number of trails, based on well known children’s books, for children and families to follow in South Bristol parks and green spaces during August……including the Slopes. Every Monday a story pack with the story and activities to do, will be available to be downloaded. Further details from http://www.southbristolcc.org.uk; or […]

Finding out how you have been using the Slopes during lockdown 2

This survey is from the West of England Combined Authority and University of West England researchers. They want to know more about how people are changing their use of parks and green spaces and things during lockdown. Further details and the survey can be found on www.westofengland-ca.gov.uk/researchers-launch-public-survey-to-investigate-the-use-of-green-spaces/  Please complete the survey by 1st July.

Looking out for wildlife while on the Slopes – part 1

In April the NSI published a newsletter with a list of surveys from the Wildlife Trust and others you can do while on the Slopes – or in your home or garden. These are a few of the ideas: Pollinator Monitoring scheme (PoMS) – https://www.ceh.ac.uk/our-science/projects/pollinator-monitoring  The Pollinator Monitoring Scheme (PoMS) is a new national surveys. […]