East Bridgford Wildlife and Biodiversity C.I.C. (EBWB) aims to promote a better understanding of wildlife and the conservation of its diversity within the Parish of East Bridgford.
For further information please visit EBWB's own website at:
To protect and enhance a sustainable environment for wildlife in East Bridgford.
- Formulate strategies for the maintenance, enhancement and conservation of wildlife and biodiversity in East Bridgford
- Establish a database of wildlife information to determine current status and monitor changes
- Identify opportunities for wildlife creation and improvement
- Provide guidance on best practice
- Promote educational aspects of wildlife
- Forge links with adjacent parishes and
encourage similar actions for wildlife
- Springdale Wood
The EB Parish Council has a 999-year lease from the Woodland Trust on this wood that was planted to mark the Millennium. EBWB manages it for the Parish Council with the help of the volunteer group - Friends of Springdale Wood.
For how to become a "Friend" and more information please go to the EBWB website: www.eastbridgfordwildlife.com
- Bridgford Street Meadow and Copse
EBWB initiated projects to improve the bridleway running between Brunt's Lane and Kirkhill at the traffic lights. The Meadow is leased by the Parish Council which owns the Copse.
- EB Parish Wildlife & Environment Policy
EBWB hopes that this will form a key part of the EB Community Plan.
Key wildlife & biodiversity sites in the Parish:
- Springdale Meadow
a species rich grassland, very rare in the Parish
- River Trent wooded escarpment
- Trees, hedges, verges throughout the Parish
April 2012 - East Bridgford Wildlife & Biodiversity Successes
- October 2018 - The Queen's Glade. Springdale Wood
As part of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy project five saplings were planted in Springdale Wood and given the name The Queen's Glade (more details to follow).
page last updated 17th December 2018