Interpretative boards to showcase Cadbury Hill's biodiversity

PUBLISHED: 18:00 09 October 2016

Councillers Ian Payne and Jonathan Edwards with designer Arthur Langley and the new infomation boards.

Councillers Ian Payne and Jonathan Edwards with designer Arthur Langley and the new infomation boards.

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Visitors to a popular North Somerset walking spot will now be able to learn more about the area, thanks to the efforts of two parish councils and voluntary groups.

Interpretative boards have been installed across Cadbury Hill, which straddles Yatton and Congresbury and is jointly owned by each village’s parish council.

The boards are situated at the four main entrances to the hill and they provide an overview of the area’s biodiversity.

They were designed by Arthur Langley, who is a member of the Yatton, Congresbury, Claverham and Cleeve Archaeological Research Team (YCCCART), and were paid for by a contribution from a Congresbury housing scheme, along with grants from Natural England, the Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG) and Yatton and Congresbury parish councils.

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