Crassula Helmsii or New Zealand Pygmy Weed has been putting the delicate balance of biodiversity at the River of Life at risk. Led by our land management team, a fantastic team of volunteers has been working to hinder it’s progress.
This Autumn, our plans to improve visitor facilities will commence with the development of our new education centre,. The first stage of this project is an archaeological dig and we are really excited to be teaming up with DigVentures
Next time you visit the Wittenham Clumps you will notice a new and easy way to support us.
We asked for your help to renovate the Castle Hill steps and you responded!
Castle Meadows in Wallingford has been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the world, and has received Green Heritage Site Accreditation for the fifth consecutive year.
From 4pm today, 19th July, the wildflower meadow at Neptune Wood will be reopened to the public. The wildflower meadow was temporarily closed to ensure the safe harvesting of hay.…
UPDATE 19/07/2018: From 4pm today, Tuesday 19th July, the footpath will be reopened to the public. We will be temporarily closing the wildflower meadow, which is accessed from Neptune Wood,…
We are really sorry but we will NOT be able to open the farm today for our festival.
Earth Trust, is raising strong objections to a proposal currently being considered.
The Earth Trust has teamed up with Thames Water to offer an exciting opportunity for primary school students to learn about waste water.
Countryside Skills is a unique course that has been running for over 20 years.
The Clumps have inspired poets and artists alike for generations. Poet Joseph Tubb, of Warborough, carved a wonderful poem in the bark of a beech tree on Castle Hill in…
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