Header description


EMAIL

             

Modal Example

 
MORE EXHIBITIONS PLANNED
3 - Herbacious borders in walled gardens, a series of plein air paintings from Castle Howard, Wassand Hall, Sledmere House and Helmsley.
4 - Churches of the East Riding of Yorkshire, watercolours and plein air oil.
5 - The Westwood, B E V E R L E Y, a series of plein air paintings, oil and watercolour, featuring Black Mill and Beverley Minster.
PLEASE KEEP CHECKING THIS SITE. See below for details of exhibitions.
Previous exhibitions.
1- 2015 A Year in Burton Bushes. An exhibition showing plein air oil paintings, to be added to in the future with pen and ink and watercolour work.
2 - 2016 Beverley from the south before the Southern Relief Road was constructed. This collection of plein air oil paintings significantly recorded the quiet beauty of the area which contained many fine views of Beverley Minster, views seen since 1220 when the present church was rebuilt.<
COMMISSIONS - contact me here

CHECK OUT MY A3 PRINTS TO FIND THE BLUEBELL PAINTING FROM BEVERLEY'S BURTON BUSHES..


MAKE YOUR OWN MOVING MODELS, FROM DRAGONS TO DOGS - SEE MY AUTOMATA FOR MORE INFORMATION .


                 
 
 


   
EMAIL

Saturday, 23 March 2013

Water vole and my personal view regarding infill housing.

Just a quick note to say we saw a water vole in the stream off Long Lane. We watched it for a few minutes and saw it collect a strand of dried grass which it disappeared with into hole in the bank. Very quickly it re-emerged and swam along to another part of the bank where it got out of the stream and pruned itself before heading up the steep side of the bank and disappear in the undergrowth.More sightings recorded here
Infill Housing - Beverley southern bypass et al.
Video of drive along Shepherd lane, Long Lane to the Minster
It is a little tricky to register your objection through the EYCC site - even when you have found the relevant page. Here is some help. From this link you can get to the ERYC page to register your objection / thoughts.
Copy of my response to the bypass housing infill plans. This is a brief outline trying to offer a slightly different view.

2 comments:

  1. I've finally found someone else whom knows about the small but stable population of Water Voles along Long Lane ! I too am concerned about the planned housing development in the area, especially as regards the effect it will have on these protected species. I managed to photograph one yesterday morning (pictures of which can be seen on my nature blog) and I wish to say that I fully support your objections and thoughts regarding the proposed developments south of Beverley.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thankyou for your kind words David - your blog has some excellent photographs on it.

      Delete

Please leave comments here