Narroways Millennium Green Trust
Narroways Hill in St.Werburghs, Bristol
Narroways Hill is a little grassy & wooded ridge dissected by railway lines lying just North of inner-city Bristol. It has always been an open space and as the city has encroached around it, its value as a green sanctuary has increased. When British Rail threatened to sell it to developers in 1997 it caused such a reaction that 800 local people demonstrated to save it, thousands signed petitions & wrote letters and money was raised so it was purchased by Bristol City Council. It became a Millennium Green in the year 2000, with a 999 year lease to keep it free and open to the local people and allow wildlife to thrive. Read a poem about this place.
On a warm May day while Slow Worms bask on the railway banks,Marbled White butterflies flit amongst the Knapweed & Scabious and Jays scavenge amongst the treetops. In the evening Pipistrelle Bats emerge...
Email the Narroways Millennium Green Trust(Reg.Charity No.1077056) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Write to us c/o St.Werburghs City Farm, Watercress Road, St.Werburghs, Bristol BS2 9YX
If you would like to help :-)
content by Harry McPhillimy(unless otherwise attributed)