- Narroways Management Meeting 21 August 2017 at 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Miner's Arms, Mina Road Usual management and business meeting for friends, supporters and anyone who wants to get involved. All welcome.
- Narroways Work Day 2 September 2017 at 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Narroways Hill, by the bench Spend a couple of hours on Narroways Hill, helping with conservation work. Spare tools (secateurs, shears, loppers etc.) and gloves will be available, but do bring your own if you've got them. All welcome!
- Narroways Work Day 7 October 2017 at 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Narroways Hill, by the bench Spend a couple of hours on Narroways Hill, helping with conservation work. Spare tools (secateurs, shears, loppers etc.) and gloves will be available, but do bring your own if you've got them. All welcome!
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This statement informs the way we manage the site. Background and Status Narroways Millennium Green LNR covers approximately 2.5 hectares and is situated in the Northeast part of Bristol, to the west of the M32, in St Werburghs. The site … Continue reading
Narroways finally gained the statutory designation of Local Nature Reserve under section 21 of the National parks & Access to the Countryside Act in spring of this year. These are places with wildlife that are of special interest locally, which … Continue reading
Today we were pleased to host a botanical walk around Narroways organised by the Bristol Naturalist Society. There were several very experienced botanists including Clive Lovatt and there were 12 of us in all. We slowly wandered across the hill … Continue reading
Today we gave the Church Field a bit of a trim to encourage wild flowers to grow even stronger next year. Six of us turned up with strimmers and rakes and we soon had about 1/4 of the field cut. … Continue reading
There was a small grass fire on the embankment of the Severn Beach railway line about lunchtime today. A fire engine and crew came out to deal with the blaze and managed to contain it before it spread onto the … Continue reading
Between 8.30am and 10.30am on Friday 20th March 2015 the moon passed before the sun, obscuring up to 90% of the sun if you were watching in Bristol. About 800 people gathered on Narroways Hill to watch this great event … Continue reading
Blogger Bean Abroad was one of those up on Narroways on the night of 5th November- not one of the litter louts but he is not from Bristol and thought it was a community organised event. Once he realised the … Continue reading
We had a very successful day of wildlife and history walks as part of the Bristol Festival of Nature. All events started at St Werburghs City Farm and carried on along footpaths to Narroways and kids and adults alike learned … Continue reading
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