Appeal for views on how to enhance beauty spot in Ham Green

PEOPLE in North Somerset are being asked to voice their views on a management plan for a beauty spot in Ham Green.

PEOPLE in North Somerset are being asked to voice their views on a management plan for a beauty spot in Ham Green.

North Somerset Council has recently adopted Watchhouse Hill, which contains a woodland, an orchard, grassed areas and plenty of wildlife.

The council has been working with Easton-in-Gordano Parish Council and members of the community to come up with a management plan on how to enhance the site's important wildlife status over the next five years and it is now asking members of the public to comment on the proposal.

The draft plan can be downloaded from the council's website at www.n-somerset.gov.uk under the environment section or can be viewed at Pill Library, Crockerne House, Underbanks, or the council offices in council's offices at Weston Court, Oldmixon Crescent.


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Comments can also be sent in to streetsandopenspaces@n-somerset.gov.uk and must be received by January 18.

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