The Comma, one of the many butterflys seen in the wood. For the full Lineover Butterfly Annual report, follow the links to the Lineover Volunteer Group website
Raking off the "triangle" to encourage Spring flowers
Thanks to the work of the Cotswold Fungus Group over 400 species have now been identified in Lineover including several "red book" species.
We have bluebells too!
Yellow Archangel- one of the many flowers seen in the wood. Archangel becomes common in areas recently coppiced
reducing a dense area of woodland to encourage wildlife. There is always work for volunteers to do in the winter. See the notice board inside the entrance to Lineover for details of working parties.
Volunteers havelunch beneath the massive heritage beech - 22 feet in girth when last meassured
Looking northwards along the eastern edge of Lineover in February