Growing Our Reserves

Boundary planting and new hedges

The linear boundary will be softened by selective tree planting without disrupting the spectacular views.

A new hedge will be planted to replace an existing barbed wire fence preserving an ancient field boundary.

The Back Lot hedge

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Successful Spring Open Days at Coldwell

The May Day Bank holidays saw our Coldwell Horseshoe reserves hosting two contrasting but equally successful events for members of the Trust and the general public. The weather wasn’t its best on either occasion but it did stay (largely) dry and everyone gave every appearance of enjoying their visit.

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Roadside tree work at Coldwell Parrock

On-going tree work at Coldwell Parrock

Anyone visiting or driving past our reserve at Coldwell Parrock can hardly have failed to notice that the Landscape Trust is currently undertaking a considerable amount of work on the trees and shrub growth around its boundaries. This article by our reserves team explains what is happening and why.

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Tithe and Inclosure Maps

The 1846 Yealand Township tithe map and the earlier 1778 Yealand inclosure map offer insights into the history of the Coldwell Land and its fields.

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