Vegetation clearance at Seething Wells




Bulldozing of vegetation and leaving it in opposing piles - not a great way to manage a Site of Nature Conservation Importance.









Exposing the subterranean chambers and other features of industrial archaeological importance; usually occurs when a planning application is in the pipeline. 



For the time being the filter beds are  still home  for  the heron, fox and  lapwing photographed, along with many other species seen today: redwings, robins, blackbirds, song thrush, pochard, tufties and gadwall.







Comments

  1. Hi, is there anyway access can be granted for photo shooting?

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  2. no-too difficult to get permission as there are so many H&S issues. Lots of photos if you check side tabs from 2011 posts

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