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Friends of Oakhill was formed in 2005 as a public interest group. The group work in partnership with ERYC Countryside Access Team, the developers Sterling Capitol and other organisations.

   
   
 

Next Event
Saturday 18th April 10am to 1pm
Wilderness Navigation
with Outdoor Pursuits LeaderBrian Bate
and some of the Oakhill Rangers
Booking is essential
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Please click the image below for more information


Please wear suitable outdoor clothing for the time of year.

Entrance through New Potter Grange Car park

For More information please contact Chris Dickinson of ERoY Countryside Access Team to book your places.

01482 395320


 



OakhillNature Event 2014 Taken in The Meadow

 

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*Latest News*

The HCA is to hold a drop in session between 3.30pm and 5pm
on Wednesday 1st April in the Lagan offices.

The session is open to all site occupiers and their staff, and members of the public to come and find out about the progress of the spine road works and ask any questions they may have about the work.
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Information concerning the road works at New Potter Grange and the changes they are bringing to Oakhill can be found here.
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Oakhill Flower Survey
Click Here to view the PDF file

Oakhill Butterfly Survey
Click Here to view the PDF file


NewsLetter
from The Friends of Oakhill (FoO) PondLife No19. Summer 2014.
Here


The Birds of Oakhill and Goole Brick Ponds
Compiled, collated and written by Paul Adams
Here

A Guide to the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Oakhill
Here
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Gatekeeper also known as The Hedge Brown



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