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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.

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Latest News

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

Sunday 17 March

We will be tree planting in the clearing in Cox’s Wood on Sunday morning. We will meet at 10.00am as usual in the Scout Hut car park. There may also be some additional work to clear up arisings as contractors will be clearing the ditch on the edge of Cox’s Wood for the Town Council

Mar 11, 2024 Admin

Sunday 18th February 2024

We will meet at 10.00am in the Scout Hut car park to carry out a range of tasks, which we hope will include some hazel hedge laying. Please bring work-gloves and suitable boots for wet and muddy ground.

Feb 12, 2024 Admin

EXTRA EVENT – COPPICING Thursday 25th January

We will be helping Thame Town Council with some hazel coppicing in Ham Wood, which was planted by the Woodland Trust. We will meet at 10am at the entrance to the wood which is in Moorend Lane, just a little way along from the sewage works! Bowsaws and loppers provided. We plan to make dead

Jan 16, 2024 Admin
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