Phoenix Hedge is a medieval hedge 800 years old!

Please have a look at this, our dedicated, website for more information.


HEDGE MAINTENANCE

is normally held on the FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH






MESSAGE FROM TIM CLARKE- July, 2021

The PHPG (Phoenix Hedge Preservation Group) is still doing work

on the Phoenix Hedge on the first Friday of every month.

The next meeting is at 4 pm on Friday 6 August for about an hour.

We are always pleased to see interested people at this time.

(2020 photo courtesy of Jenny Binns)



LATEST NEWS

The article Life Lines by Hugh Warwick, ecologist and writer highlights the importance of hedges. It appears in the summer edition of CPRE's magazine.

Phoenix Hedge is included on page 14. https://issuu.com/thinkpublishing/docs/cpre_summer_2021

Members of the PHPG (Phoenix Hedge Preservation Group) were contacted by a journalist from Scotland asking for information on the medieval hedge in Bristol.

HOW HEDGES BECAME THE UNOFFICIAL EMBLEM OF GREAT BRITAIN

This appeared in the November 2020 edition of the Smithsonian Magazine.

A link to the BBC News item of 9 May 2013 officially recognising the 800-year-old hedge was also included in the article in the Smithsonian Magazine

Smithsonian is the official journal published by the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. The first issue was published in 1970 – see Wikipedia link.

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AUTUMN - 2020