Wild flowers, plants and fungi are the life support for all our wildlife and their colour and character light up our landscapes. But without help, this priceless natural heritage is in danger of being lost.
Make a visit to Eastfield Community Meadow with the help of some downloadable wildlife spotter sheets.
Plantlife.org.uk is a British conservation charity working nationally and internationally to save threatened wild flowers, plants and fungi . We own nearly 4,500 acres of nature reserve across England, Scotland and Wales where you can find over 80% of the UK's wild flowers . We have 11,000 members and supporters and HRH The Prince of Wales is our Patron.
More news from Curry Rivel
by Dorothy WadesdonEvery year at this time our gathering becomes a bit special because it is the time when the new President for the year takes office.In June our lovely Jane Warren stood down, after ceremoniously hanging the heavy chain of office on Angie Saunders shoulders. We presented Jane with the usual bouquet together with a tapestry of her initial and a photographic memoir of her...
by Dorothy WadesdonIn June we were fortunate to have the Nat West Bank Scam Awareness Advisor, Trudi Henderson to talk to us. Trudi was extremely informative about the numerous scams out there in the big wide world that affect us all at some time, because we all have computers, ipads, mobiles and landlines. All providing a good access to the unsuspecting victim! Thank you Trudi.We had...
Thanks to generous donations and pledges from Curry Rivel Live, Crewkerne Lions, Langport and Somerton Rotary and the generosity of 8 local people, we are approaching the figure of £500, almost halfway to the target of £1200.The picture shows Councillor Tony Greenaway receiving a kindly donated cheque for £100 from Ilminster & Crewkerne Lions Club member Simon Champion for the...
Chatham Room, Village Hall
Curry Rivel School Hall
Scout Hut in Bonds Pool, Langport