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  • JM red campion cuttlebrook June 13 012
  • GD 2014 Flower meadows
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  • pond
  • toad
  • cows
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Thame's Local Nature Reserve

Discover the rich diversity of wildlife on Thame's award-winning nature reserve. A quick, circular walk can take just twenty minutes. If you have an hour or more, there's a network of paths with plenty to see - and it's different every time you visit.

What You Can See

Cuttle Brook is full of wildlife, a walk through the meadow makes this obvious enough.

Get Involved

Cuttle Brook Nature Reserve is maintained through the extensive work of the Cuttle Brook Volunteers.

How to Find Us

Cuttle Brook is located to the west of Thame, beside the Southern Road Recreation Ground.

Connect With Us

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Latest News

Here you'll find all of the latest news from our Cuttlebrook Volunteers.

January work party

Our first 2017 workparty will be next Sunday 15th January. This will involve tree work (pruning, coppicing and felling). We meet by the Scout Hut at 10am.

Jan 08, 2017 Admin

Sunday 16th October work party

Next volunteer work party will meet at 10.00am at the Scout Hut car park in Southern Road. Jobs may include cutting the important sedge and reed beds to keep them in good condition.

Oct 12, 2016 Admin

Work party 21st August 2016

This Sunday we will meet at the Scout hut car park, Southern Road Recreation ground, at about 10 am. Our main tasks will be Measuring the ‘fall’ to see if the reed beds could feed the pond to maintain a good water level. Kick-sampling in the brook for river-fly larvae, and taking water samples. Cutting

Aug 20, 2016 Admin
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