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Bluebell Conservation Work Continues

This important work aims to preserve the native British bluebells at this site, preventing hybridisation with other ( non-native ) species and is being carried out under the supervision of experts in order to ensure that the correct plants are removed.

There is a detailed information sheet available for download here.


The Friends of Ridge Wood are volunteers who look after the Wood and improve it for all who visit. Working with South Gloucestershire Council and the site owners Hanson Aggregates, the Friends undertake practical conservation work.

Woodlands are diminishing, and as a consequence, a wide variety of plant and animal species also. It is therefore vitally important to protect this Wood, so that it continues to thrive.
Willing Helpers
This is something the whole family can be involved in.

Click here to find out how to get involved.


But it's not all work. We still find time for a party or two!

Friends' Meetings

  • Dates of future Events & Meetings are available here
  • Minutes of Meetings are available in Archived: Documents
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