Suffolk Wildlife Trust have just confirmed that they will be coming to the heath on June 2nd 2015 to run a Wildflower and Plant Identification Training Session, between 6.30 – 8.30/9pm. More details will be added as they are available.
On the 14th May we held our Annual General Meeting. Below you can download the Chair’s report – this gives a summary of the group’s activity in the past year. Click here to view / download the Chair’s report.
On the 21st May we held our Annual General Meeting. One decision that came from the meeting was to publish the Chair’s report on the website. This gives a summary of the group’s activity in the past year, and you can view / download the Chair’s report here.
In 2005 Red Lodge Heath was designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). As a SSSI, any work carried out on the site must have consent from Natural England. This includes grass cutting, scrub control, bracken control, tree work and even livestock grazing. All management work is part of a detailed 5 year management […]
The Red Lodge Conservation Group, working with the Land Owner, Natural England and Forest Heath District Council, has been working to a Management Plan to improve and conserve the Habitat for the benefit of users of the Heath. Having cut back much of the intrusive gorse and hawthorn bushes, thereby opening up overgrown historical paths, […]