The Seatown Regeneration Project Feasibility Study
Twenty people, residents and visitors assembling in the Wildlife Area of St Giles Churchyard for Chid Society guided evening footfath walk/stroll led by Colin Bowditch. Before the walk started , those assembled congratulated the Churchyard Team who had just heard that the Wildlife Are has been awarded a Gold Medal by Dorset Wildlife Trust.
The most dynamic place on the planet is the shoreline. The only place where atmosphere, rock, earth and ocean meet and interact. Here, all the energy of the sun is used in erosion and transport of beach material by waves. Beaches move and change on a minute by minute basis. Storms dramatically alter familiar places. […]
VISIT OUR PAGE ON THIS WEBSITE The Seatown Regeneration Project Please read the Chideock Society Update Report January 2016 and let us have your ideas for improving Seatown for everyone. If you would like to contribute, then please either e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or write your ideas down and post them in the boxes at the Village […]
POSTPONED DUE TO BAD WEATHER FORCAST The trees planted at Seatown by the Chideock Society, local tree lovers and The National Trust are growing well. It’s now very clear that the old hedge line is returning and we can all feel proud that it’s our work that has helped to re-establish this ancient boundary. As with all plants, […]