New identical signs have been fixed at all the entrances to our reserves. At Fromus Valley, there is one on the first gate from the A12 road, and one on the outside of each gate on the public footpath across Meremeade. At Orchid Glade, there is one on the entrance from the road, and another on the gate from Sinfield Trust’s orchid-rich meadow. The road-gate is padlocked, but the gate from Sinfield’s meadow is closed by a simple chain-and-clip fastener, so that glamping guests enjoying a walk may enter this way — but, now, they will know that they have crossed into Suffolk Flora Preservation Trust land.
Orchid Glade, 28th July
Orchid Glade, 18th July
In anticipation of abundance
A remarkably tall specimen!
Invaders in Fromus river pool
Fromus midsummer meanderings
Glade tidings, a toast and a chaser
Fromus Premier leaves for pastures new
Fromus Valley's medieval period
Metal-detecting foray at Fromus
C12th hydraulic repairs restored!
More Spring photos: all up to scratch!
Cows, calf and cowslips
"Daily exercise" photos
Cattle head down to new Long Meadow grass
A trouble-free birth: Shilling shines!
Accessibility to the website
A welcome and a homecoming!
Highlights of the AGM
AGM & "Wilding and Well-being": our 2019 book
Suffolk Naturalists' Annual Conference
Herd on the wires
Another Prize for Premier