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Hockley Parish Council
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May 2017 Future plans for Marylands Nature Reserve
The Environmental Committee is working with Essex Ecology Services Ltd, a branch of the Essex Wildlife Trust towards implementing a five year plan for the improvement of the Marylands Nature Reserve which is expected to start in 2017/18. The majority of the site will be managed woodland but leaving some of the site as more wild and unmanaged. The plan proposes creating ‘bays’ along the main ride to encourage butterflies and insects and provide small wildlife sanctuaries and clearing selective wooded areas and scrubland to enable selective trees to mature. Previous plantings of fruit trees can be supplemented and incorporated into a community orchard.
Please Note: The Kissing Gate on Footpath 13 is closed. Essex County Council has confirmed that the public have no right to cross the boundary to get to the path. Please use other access points.
A new Interpretation Board was installed in 2017.
The path at Marylands Nature Reserve was completed in September 2016
In 2014 we successfully applied for a match funded grant from the Community Initiative Fund for a new circular pathway in Marylands Nature Reserve to enable visitors to enjoy easier access. The Parish Council contracted a local company who completed almost 900 square metres of new pathways. During 2016 the council are planning to make further improvements to the pathway from the main entrance at Plumberow Avenue.