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The Yellow Land Natural Heritage Project

The Yellow Land Project aims to transform an overgrown and neglected area of an old limestone quarry into a community green-space and nature reserve. In the past, the quarry was the main source of employment for people in the nearby village of Bishop's Itchington. Now, local people are helping design and implement changes to the site, which will then be of benefit to the whole village. Follow the transformation of the site into an attractive village amenity, rich in wildlife and echoing with the sounds of its industrial history.


Downloads:
Yellow Land Management Plan (4019KB PDF) | Project booklet (6189KB PDF) | Reserve brochure (2042KB PDF) | Help with PDFs

External links:
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust

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Elizabeth House,
Church Street,
Stratford-upon-Avon,
Warwickshire,
CV37 6HX

E: info@stratford-dc.gov.uk
Tel: 01789 267 575
Fax: 01789 260 007
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