The AGM of the Bonds Meadow Association will be held on the 24th of June at the Oulton Community centre – 10.30 am. There will be a talk by local naturalist Tony Brown as well as  electing the committee plus news and discussion about previous year and the one to come. All welcome.



Our aim is to keep the reserve as when humankind lived and worked in the area as an integral part of nature. This small piece of nature in the heart of town is maintained and supported by local volunteers for the good of all who wish to escape or have an interest in the ecological and social history of Oulton Broad.



Why not join us and experience the great outdoors, make new friends, get your hands dirty and play your part in saving the countryside for future generations.

Volunteers
Meadow is undertaken almost entirely by volunteers. The team is small and is in real need of new people to help. If you can give some time, even if it’s only occasionally please contact – Allyson – 01502 560258    Peter – 01502 514157   Margaret 01502 584261.

Bonds Meadow Association is very pleased to work in co-operation with Butterflies of Britain (Bob). The programme designed for all ages from early years, key stage one & two, independent nurseries, childminders, home school groups and playgroups.





We wish to care for the remaining part of what used to be a common since the area was settled. People and their animals used to be part of nature; the grass, bramble and nettles were eaten by sheep and goats to make room for more delicate meadow flowers.

When the area had been grazed the animals were moved to another part of the meadow. This encouraged a low growing nectar rich flora, much loved by honey bees. Nettles were used for stew, beer, tea, rope and dye. Brambles were used for wine and dye besides the instant fruit snack that they always provide in early autumn.

About
We wish to care for the remaining part of what used to be a common since the area was settled. People and their animals used to be part of nature...
History
“Bond’s Meadow” takes its name from Arthur Harper Bond who owned the land in the early 20 th century. A colourful and somewhat flambouyant character...
Nature
The mixed habitats that make up Bonds Meadow are home to a diverse range of Fauna a flora. Many species have not yet been definitively identified and collated...
Community
The preservation and conservation of Bonds Meadow is a community project, open to all to enjoy in a friendly and non-abusive manner.
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