YACWAG

Before the deluge – CRAG’s display on Millennium Green

CRAG at YACWAG weekend event

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Despite a torrential downpour, CRAG made some useful contacts – and received a donation towards the Barratts fighting fund – at the YACWAG weekend event. While the sun shone, CRAG’s display on the Millennium Green on Sunday attracted a stream of visitors, including new residents of the village who did […]

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Know The Yeo – Our Living River – Sun 5 July, 11am-4pm

Know The Yeo – Our Living River – Sun 5 July, 11am-4pm

Sunday, July 5, 2015

YACWAG  and the Bristol Avon Rivers Trust have got together to organise this FREE community event for all ages on the Millennium Green at Congresbury. The event is being supported by Bristol Naturalists Society, Natural England, the Environment Agency, Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre, Mendip Outdoor Pursuits and others. There […]

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CRAG exhibiting at YACWAG community event – Sun 5 July

CRAG exhibiting at YACWAG community event – Sun 5 July

Monday, June 29, 2015

CRAG, the Congresbury residents group fighting the encirclement of the village with new housing estates, will be among exhibitors at a community event next week. The group has put together a new game on an old theme to raise awareness of the threat that unsustainable development poses. With a map […]

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Have you seen the trees dressed by YACWAG?

Have you seen the trees dressed by YACWAG?

Monday, December 8, 2014

You may not have known but Sat 6th Dec was “Tree Dressing Day” and several keen knitters from Yatton & Congresbury Wildlife Action Group – YACWAG – produced colourful scarves which were then wrapped around trees on the Precinct in Congresbury. Trees in Claverham & Yatton were also dressed totalling 21 in […]

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YACWAG detects 8 bat species on proposed development site

YACWAG detects 8 bat species on proposed development site

Friday, September 12, 2014

A recent survey carried out by a local conservation group on a North Somerset field earmarked by developers, has identified the presence of eight species of bats – including Great and Lesser Horseshoe Bats. The survey, carried out by YACWAG (Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group) was done with a […]

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Scything Training Day, Saturday 26 July 2014

Scything Training Day, Saturday 26 July 2014

Saturday, July 26, 2014

A training day will be held at Nortons Field on Congresbury Moor, adjacent to the Strawberry Line, on Saturday 26th July, with all would-be participants needing to be there by 11am in order to hear the safety briefing. There will be 2 scything sessions – 11am-1pm and 2-4pm. Anyone is […]

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