For some time now, HUG members have been increasingly involved with biodiversity and associated environmental issues, such as monitoring wildlife, litter picking, running wildlife encounters for children, and related events at Ham Library and other venues. In particular, we are interested in preserving the natural habitats of Ham Lands.

Following Friends of Ham Lands' difficulties on sustaining a stand-alone working committee, they have agreed to work within HUG's systems.

Chris Ruse and John Hatto

Apple walk on Ham Lands, great sucess

 

Approximately 20 adults and 10 children came along to Apple walk on Ham Lands, on Sunday the 1 October. Geoff Hyde guide though the apple trees. 
This was a lot of fun, tasting the apple some were sour, others more pleasant. One apple looked and tasted a bit like a pear. Most of the trees are of unknown species.

 

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Ham Lands guided visit 2015

Christian Furr has kindly shared his Picutres of Ham Lands visit 2015.

 HamLandsGeoff2015

 

Wildlife Ham Lands Activity