Category Archives: Badby Woods

Bluebell Teas

It’s that time of the year again when Badby Woods are carpeted in Bluebells. Visit Badby on Bank Holiday Sunday or Monday, April 30th / May 1st and enjoy Homemade cakes and scones with tea or coffee available from 1 … Continue reading

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Badby bird notes for March 2017 –

In early March we had three siskins and two redpolls around the feeders for a couple of days. Other than that, a highlight has been the continual presence for several weeks of a pair of long-tailed tits which are constantly … Continue reading

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Bluebell Weekend 2017

We get so many enquiries, and so for visitors to our website, make a note in your diary for the Bluebell Weekend this year. Sunday 30 April and Bank Holiday Monday 1st May will see teas, coffees, soft drinks and … Continue reading

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Bluebell teas

Don’t forget its Bluebell Teas this Sunday and Monday. 1:00 – 5:00 in Badby Village Hall.

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Bluebell Teas

Don’t forget it is Bluebell Teas this Sunday 1st and Monday 2nd May. So why not have a walk into Badby Woods to see theĀ  bluebells and then visit the Village Hall between 1:00 and 5:00 to have a cream … Continue reading

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Missing kestrel …..

A tame kestrel from Nether Heyford has been lost. There have been various reported sightings of it in the wider Badby area. Posters have been placed in Badby, and food placed out, particuarly on the the small green near the … Continue reading

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News on Badby Woods

During autumn 2014, thinning operations will take place in Badby Wood to improve the health and quality of the habitat in addition to producing timber and firewood as a sustainable carbon lean product. The work will represent sustainable use of … Continue reading

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