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Meadfleet’s Samantha Hursey Contributes to Ecology Publication

Our in-house ecologist Samantha Hursey, contributed to the latest edition of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM)'s InPractice publication with an article on relocating orchid species in order to preserve and protect them successfully. It can take a considerable number of years for newly created habitats to attain the same level of biodiversity as habitats that is lost. The article describes the translocation of biodiverse grassland habitat, highlighting the importance of pre-construction surveys, having an ecologist present during the works, the need for quick decision making, problem solving and a good relationship and communication with the contractors undertaking the works. The article includes ‘lessons learned’ to provide helpful information for other projects undertaking similar translocation works. Key points include: • Importance of information collection prior to works • Access requirements and restrictions considered • Minimising time delays to reduce the risk of the turves drying out or  more...

Meadfleet Helps the Hedgehogs!

Meadfleet are proud to donate to Prickles Hedgehog Rescue. This amazing charity which is entirely run by volunteers was brought to our attention by Claire Connely, a Meadfleet regional manager. Like all of our regional managers Claire is passionate about wildlife and has previously volunteered at the charity. Located close to one of our developments, Strawberry Meadows, Prickles Hedgehog Rescue in Cheddar take in injured, poorly and orphaned creatures and nurse them back to health. The charity relies on the goodwill and generosity of donors to fund their brilliant work but over recent months have been struggling to make ends meet. Prickles therefore took the step of creating a crowdfunding campaign to raise £10,000 in order to keep operating in 2018. Meadfleet were delighted to be able to donate to help them reach their target. We believe sanctuary’s such as Prickles do a fantastic job caring for hedgehogs. They are  more...