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Whitchurch Walking Festival

Date Posted: 20th May 2013

A fantastic first Whitchurch walking festival which included three Meres & Mosses walks.
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Job Vacancy - Finance & Admin Officer

Date Posted: 15th May 2013

Interested in working for the Meres & Mosses Team? The position of Finance & Admin Officer is soon to become vacant.
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Water vole habitat surveying

Date Posted: 14th May 2013

Water Vole Habitat Survey Training Saturday 25th May Dearnford lake café, Tilstock road, near Whitchurch. SY13 3JQ Arrive for a 09.30 start. Contact luken@shropshirewildlifetrust.org.uk to book as places are limited
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Water Vole Habitat Surveyors Wanted!

Date Posted: 8th May 2013

We would like to hear from you if you are interested in helping us map suitable water vole habitat in the Meres and Mosses area. Training will be provided.
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The Meres and Mosses landscape was formed by retreating glaciers 12,000 years ago. Now, lowland raised peat bogs are one of the most endangered habitats on Earth.


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News

12
jul

Where wetter is better.

Celebrating International Bog Day

20
jun

Plans for bird hide at Morris's Bridge

The fields adjacent to Morris's Bridge have become an important site for a variety of bird species.

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Events

28
jul

International Bog Day – Sunday What lives on the Marches Mosses?

Come and join us on a bog safari! See the creatures of the bog, see where they live and find out about their lives.

22
aug

Bog Art

A walk out onto the bog to look for natural artistic items.