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A Caerwent Community Project

Developing wildflower meadows and a species rich wildlife environment for the community to enjoy.

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Our Aim

To convert 2 CADW fields which are currently scrubland into wildflower meadows and a wildlife site

Our Purpose

To create a species rich and bio diverse environment

Our Strategy

to graze 1 field and to cut,bail and remove from site graaa from the second field

Community Benefits

A peaceful, tranquil environment supporting well being and inclusion.

Wildflower Meadows and Wildlife Site

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Cutting

We hope to cut the fields, bail the grass and remove from site a least twice a year

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Volunteering

There will be lots of opportunities for the whole community to get involved

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Seed Selection

We hope to encourage the indegenious wildflowers to return, we'll support this with locally sourced seeds. We encourage the whole community to get involved in collecting wildflower seeds from their own gardens

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Wildflowers

It is hoped that by cutting, bailing and removing the indigenous wildflowers and grasses will be encouraged to return.

Wildlife Site

By encouraging wildflowers and developing specific areas we will encouragemore diverse wildlife

Biodivesity

A healthy ecological environment will ensure we develop a species rich area

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Volunteering

We hope that varuious events we hold throughout the year to develop the meadows will provide oppotunities for the whole community to get involved in the project

Inclusion

Health and well being is at the heart of our project and we will actively seek to include as many people as possible to help and share in its success.

Support for local groups

We will encourage and support local groups who want to use the meadows for suitable evenets that in themselves are inclusive.

We have always enjoyed using these fields to walk around, we have a dog who loves running and playing in relative safety. It will be fantastic when the meadows are developed and we're really looking forward to strolling through them - it will be wonderfully relaxing and tranquil.

A local resident