Environmental Interest

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Click on each red name to access the appropriate website

Countryside Agency Website

North Somerset Council Environment Group

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Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group
Group that helped to raise money to purchase Yatton Junction and fence it against the mainline railway and manage the Local Nature Reserve between Yatton and Congresbury.

Cheddar Valley Railway Walk Society
A society which aims to promote the use of the Strawberry Line as a recreational route and works in partnership with North -Somerset and Sedgemoor Councils to manage the line.
Contact CVRWS at C/O 67 The Lynch, Winscombe, North Somerset.

North Somerset Levels and Moors
Forty square miles of North Somerset characterised by a wide-open landscape with a network of rhynes, flushes of wetland vegetation, hedge-lined meadows and cider orchards.

Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The central and western Mendip Hills forms one of England's AONBs. Its dramatic limestone gorges, wooded combes and windswept plateaus combine to create a wilderness scene.

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Forest of Avon -
Two-hundred and twenty square miles around Bristol.

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