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Open Garden Fund Raiser.
Come and visit two beautiful adjoining gardens and support Radley Lakes. We will be offering teas, cakes, plants and a tombola. The gardens are at 116 Oxford Road, Abingdon and will be open on 8th September 2
Monday 27th May 2019 2 - 5pm
Join the Wildlife Walk from Abingdon Marketplace to Thrupp Lake. Starting at 2pm, you can walk to the lakes or join us there for tea and cakes. You will be able to visit two of the filled pits which are normally f
Report provided by the Earth Trust, covering activity at Radley Lakes for the second half of 2018. Includes an overview of notable species, community activity, habitat management and surveys. Download PDF here.
Preserving the lakes was a tremendous achievement by the Save Radley Lakes campaign. I think we can also be very proud of what Friends of Radley Lakes has achieved since then. Once the campaign had been won, it would have been very easy to have wo
Abingdon Naturalists Society have attached lists of plants they found on four visits to the ash pits - April to August. Nine Abingdon Naturalist (ABNATS) Volunteers concentrated mainly on Pit H/I, dividing it notionally into 8 habitat areas with s
Abingdon Naturalists Society has been caring for Barton Fields since it was designated as a Jubilee Wildlife Site in 2013.
Situated north of the Thames, upstream of Abingdon Weir, the 17-acre site has a mosaic of habitats including g