Ferndown Town Council is acutely aware of the inconvenience to our residents and visitors because of the ongoing traffic and parking issues. We are working closely with stakeholders to try to improve this situation for the benefit of our community.
FERNDOWN has its very own Ecological Project.
Our project covers several areas: Includes providing new homes for species protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, and endangered EU legislated protected species. We have chosen Bats, Owls and Birds of prey and other red listed species as the most at risk locally.
We have decided to provide a number of habitat boxes for all of the above.
Please link through to any of the following pages for more detailed information.
Garden for Nature Bats Owls Kestrels Wildlife Planting Hedgerows and Trees.
Joining the Dorset Wildlife Trust.
Ferndown Town Council has become a corporate member of Dorset Wildlife Trust. Corporate Membership includes:
• a listing on the Dorset Wildlife Trust website, showing our town logo and a link direct to our own town website.
• a certificate recognising our support.
• corporate membership E-Newsletter.
• use of the Dorset Wildlife Trust Logo.
• inclusion into the three editions of the DWT magazine per year (April, August and November).
The magazine has a page in every edition dedicated to profiling our Corporate Members engagement activities with the Trust.
Being a member of DWT will be an asset for the town. It will help raise the profile of the town council who are working to protect the endangered species and their habitat that reside in our area.
In recent years Dorset Wildlife Trust has been pioneering community-based health and well-being projects and activities which benefit local wildlife and people alike. They are looking to help create new facilities, like wildlife gardens, for the local community and provide of a range of projects and activities that will improve mental and physical health.
© Paul Hanson Graham 2018