Monthly Archives: March 2019

Great news from La Brenne about our Fritillary clearing!

We have just received photos of this season’s fantastic display of Snakeshead Fritillaries in the woodland clearing we created in La Touche reserve. Over a period of several years we cleared the ash and oak trees that had colonised this former damp meadow and every year the Fritillaries seem to have spread further across the […]


Giant steps for the community at Cerne Abbas

The EuCAN volunteers of the Cerne Valley Project in Dorset created new steps to enable visitors to the downs to get onto the lower slopes without tumbling head over heels. On the same day, approaching 600 metres of rusty barbed wire was collected from a broken unused fenceline beside the public footpath and rolled up […]