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Rawcliffe Meadows Work Party 17th November 2019

Despite the dark cloud of the Environment Agency’s planned upheaval and the forecast rain we managed a splendid seven volunteers to help with our annual spruce up of the Water Vole Scrape (now also home to Great Crested Newts, Greater … Continue reading

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Rawcliffe Meadows is one of the Freshwater Habitats Trust ‘s Flagship Ponds Projects

The FHT have  identified 100 sites nationally – across England and Wales – which support the very most important ponds or groups of ponds for freshwater biodiversity – to help local groups ensure the long-term maintenance of the ponds and associated wetlands as special places … Continue reading

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Rawcliffe Meadows, along with the Clifton and Rawcliffe Ings, is part of the Ouse Ings floodplain to the north of the City of York in the UK (and provide an essential part in preventing it from flooding). It was notified in … Continue reading

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