Help Fund Nature Conservation

Conservation Management for Peolple and Wildlife

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Troopers Hill is managed in accordance with a Management Plan and our vision for Troopers Hill :

To enhance the use of the site for recreation by the local community while protecting its natural beauty, rich bio-diversity, history and geology.

The most important habitat on Troopers Hill is the acidic grassland and heathland, this covers the central area of the site and is the core of the reserve and the reason it was created.

Day-to-day management of Troopers Hill is undertaken by Bristol Parks and Friends of Troopers Hill assist in managing Troopers Hill for wildlife at our regular Conservation Work Parties.

However, there are some tasks that need external contractors to be brought in to assist with managing the site, for example additional winter conservation works.

This work is even more important at a time of an Ecological Emergency

Help Friends of Troopers Hill raise funds for wildlife conservation work.

Our chair, Susan Acton-Campbell broke her ankle in May and is working hard under the guidance of a physio to get her flexibility back, will you sponsor her to reach her flexibility target?

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If you would like to start your own fundraising campaign to help with this important work please contact us to discusss your ideas.

Funds raised for Nature Conservation works will be used to pay contractors for additional works or to purchase tools, equipment or materials for use by volunteers.

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Friends of Troopers Hill are also keen to welcome groups from local offices who can work on Troopers Hill as part of team-building exercises or would just like to give something back to the local community while having a great day out.

If you are a member of a group or represent a company who would like to visit to work on Troopers Hill, then please see our information sheet for Corporate or Group Volunteering (pdf) and get in touch, we would be pleased to see you.

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