Enjoying Greenham and Crookham Common
Saving Berkshire's Natural Havens
The Creation Principle
Government funds Renewable Energy
Highway to Nothing
River Kennet Millennium Fish
Red Kites
Farmers Markets
More Barn Owl Boxes
Otter update
Aggressive Introductions
Birds of Prey
Butterflies face extinction
£2m Woodland Plan
Wildlife on Railways
Waste that we can avoid


Highway to Nothing: A scientific study conducted by local wildlife groups & academics has found that the Newbury bypass nine mile length of road has barely leaked any heavy metals on to surrounding land or into river courses. Thus, protecting the local biodiversity. This is because an installed network of "balancing ponds" which are water traps & filtration systems have worked as planned. This is the only road in Britain to be so well protected. Which in turn asks the question, why doesn't every stretch of new road have a system like this?