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Bramshaw Parish Council

Newsletters & Reports

2017 Reports -

National Park News - 31 August 2017

National Park News - 21 July 2017

National Park News - 6 July 2017

National Park News - 1 July 2017

National Park News - 23 June 2017

 

Community First New Forest - Adult Services Grants and other information (July 2017)

Community First New Forest July 2017 ebulletin.

 

Community Transport Bulletin - July 2017  including links to The Balancing the Budget Consultation by Hampshire County Council.

 

Hampshire County Council - June 2017 update

Hampshire Libraries Newsletter - Summer 2017

National Trust - New Forest and Christchurch Branch of the National Trust (visiting Foxbury on 14 September 2017)

National Trust - Stagbury Hill Restoration 2017

National Trust Newsletter September2017

National Trust Newsletter July 2017.

National Trust - Felling on Bramshaw Commons - 2017-18.

 

Police Beat Reports 2017: August Beat Report

Rural Times for Summer 2017.

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE NATIONAL TRUST  -

We value the species recording completed by our local communities and know that there are many local people that have a keen interest in New Forest wildlife, in both semi-professional and amateur scientific sense.

All records are valuable and important to the National Trust, and we would like to gain more of them.

Citizen Science, often known as ‘crowd-science’ is scientific recording conducted by the general public on mass, and has proved very useful in quickly gathering lots of detailed information.

In terms of species recording on National Trust commons, we currently use a recording system called ‘Living Record’ http://www.livingrecord.net/ , this is a recording system used widely in Dorset and Hampshire.

This allows everyone to record their species sightings directly onto a map, which can then be seen by others and used by the land owner. It works in such a way that very rare species sightings may only be seen by the general public at a low scale so that exact locations are impossible to find. For example, smooth snake sightings are shown at 1km grid square scales so to ensure exact reptile refugia locations are kept a secret.

Please click on the linke below to find  the Living record handbook which gives you a step-by-step guide to using the program.

We would be very grateful if you could share this with your parish councillors and local communities. If you would like any more information or even an NT member of staff to introduce living record to your parish during a meeting, please let us know.