View of open fields - Eastern Urban Development Extension
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The hedgerows of West Manley Lane are afforded protection under the Hedgerow Regulations 1997... this importance relates to the botanical diversity of woody species and the association of protected and / or rare species of animals

Devon Wildlife Consultants Report 2009

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Tiverton Grand Canal and its environs with its walking and cycling leisure opportunities is of great importance giving pleasure to locals and tourists as well as providing biodiversity and economic benefits for the local community

Devon Wildlife Consultants Report 2009

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Britain’s Disappearing Wild Flowers

By WMLCG - posted Oct 28th 2012 at 10:15AM

Britain’s Disappearing Wild Flowers 

We hear a lot about animal extinctions, but what of our native wild flowers?

In the past 60years we have lost ten species: narrow-leaved cudweed, summer lady’s tresses, small bur...

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See the lastest responses from interested parties regarding the Devon Waste Plan

By WMLCG - posted Sep 18th 2012 at 11:15AM

All of the responses received as part of the recent consultation are publicly available at...

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Otter prints confirmed in Ailsa Brook - 24 July 2012

By WMLCG - posted Jul 24th 2012 at 4:00PM

An otter was seen on the brook some years ago and droppings have been identifed since...

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Devon Waste Plan-Tiverton Eastern Development Area

By WMLCG - posted Apr 21st 2012 at 4:15PM

Be aware see letters and map in PDF document in Reports and Documents section.

See the group reply dated July 2012 on the Reports and Documents page.

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13th April: Swallows return to the lane.

By WMLCG - posted Apr 13th 2012 at 5:15PM

Summer is around the corner: two Swallows seen in the lane today, heading for their previous nest site adding to the week's records for Willow Warbler, Blackcap and Orange Tip butterfly.

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Peacock is the Lane's first butterfly for 2012

By WMLCG - posted Mar 30th 2012 at 5:30PM

First seen on the 26th February 2012

 

 

(Photo by Cornwall Conservation Group)

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Small tortoiseshell butterfly.

By WMLCG - posted Mar 13th 2012 at 9:45AM

Small tortoiseshell butterfly.

Seen on 11 March 12 in WMLane.

Small tortoiseshell butterfly.

Picture from RSPB website.

 

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Planning for People

By WMLCG - posted Mar 9th 2012 at 5:15PM

The National Trust in it's Spring Magazine 2012 states:

"For us planning serves a much broader purpose as the arbiter between different interests - nature, heritage, community well-being, transport and much else besides.  These different...

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Octavia Hill

By WMLCG - posted Feb 9th 2012 at 5:00PM

Octavia Hill founder of The National Trust believed that all urban workers should have access to open spaces. In 1883 she wrote that she believed in "the life-enhancing virtues of pure earth, clean air and blue sky".

She recognised that...

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