Interest Group - Pond / Wildlife – (Jo Corke and Des Bowring) (22)

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Has there ever been consideration given to the digging of a lake in St Andrew’s park? This would add additional habitats to birds, fish and…

Started by Joe Staniforth

3 Jan 14, 2021
Reply by Fo SAP

Hedgehogs and the paddling pool

Hello.  On walking past the park the other day, a young lad pointed out a drowned hedgehog in the paddling pool and I wondered if there was…

Started by Jane Hunt

6 Oct 27, 2016
Reply by Simon Randolph

Spot the Bird Competition 2

This is the same photo as before but making it a bit easier...

Started by Jon Mortin

0 Jan 17, 2016

Hedge Laying

I didn't actually know this was due to take place (my fault for not reading the minutes and being more involved!). It came as a bit of a sh…

Started by Jon Mortin

2 Feb 2, 2015
Reply by Jo Corke

Almost dry wildlife pond

Have just joined the group to try and get someone to top up the water in the wildlife pond, if anyone knows who does this then can you plea…

Started by Mrs Zenia Pudduck

7 Nov 4, 2014
Reply by Simon Randolph

St Andrews Park gets 'Green Flag' award again for 2013.

Good news.  But it would be good to get some feedback from the Council as to the comments of the judges. Did they have any criticisms to ma…

Started by Simon Randolph

0 Aug 5, 2013

How to promote the wildlife at St Andrews Park to children

Hi  I've just joined FoSAP and use the park regularly with my family. I'm also involved with the relaunch of a local Woodcraft Folk group…

Started by Jacqui Shepcott

2 Apr 21, 2013
Reply by Jo Corke

bullying blackcaps.

This is aimed as Des Bowring really, and sorry it is not directly about the park,but any comments appreciated. We live not far from the Par…

Started by Sean cactus O'Brien

1 Jan 11, 2011
Reply by Des Bowring

Has tree #168 died?

The first cherry tree as you enter at the St Barts Church entrance seems to be inactive - has it died?For those interested in knowing why I…

Started by admin

0 Sep 26, 2010

Thoughts and Observations on the wildlife of the Park

I have been looking at the area of gorse, broom, rosemary and other shrubs on the steep south facing slope below the bowling green. This no…

Started by Simon Randolph

22 Jul 16, 2009
Reply by Des Bowring


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