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Beaufort Hill

Ponds & Woodlands

A Local Nature Reserve &

Community Green Flag Award Winner

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Awarded for seven consecutive years

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Formed in March 2005,  we continue to work to improve our environment.

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Twitter & Facebook accounts have been set up,that will notify any followers of brief details of events, attractions and activities that can be found on the main website, to find out more, please click on the respective logos.

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Website last  updated Thursday 7th May 2020

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AUGUST 2018

Mobility access improvement at the Highlands Road entrance.

To find out more, please click on the image and then scroll down the page.

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Some recent photos taken around the ponds and woodlands

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EBBW FACH TRAIL

Beaufort Hill Woodlands is the starting point of the trail, to find out more,please click on the logo

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Beaufort Hill Ponds & Woodlands August 2018 - © Richard Whitcombe, reproduced by kind permission

JULY 2019

Community Green Flag awarded for the seventh consecutive year, to find out more, please click on the flag

27th APRIL 2020

The Bird Hide has been damaged yet again, to find out more, please visit the News/Events 2020 page, by clicking HERE and then scroll down the page

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Why not become a member of the Society or help support the maintenance and upkeep of Beaufort Woodlands by our volunteers by donating via PayPal,

please visit our MEMBERSHIP 

page to find out more.

25th April 2020

From today we hope that there will start to be a decline in the number of vehicles parking up at Beaufort Woodlands. Blaenau Gwent CBC and Gwent Police are still actively monitoring the area due to increasing numbers. If you do visit please respect social distancing guidance

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