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07/03/2016 08:14am

DAVID ROBINS

Is the Hospital Pond just too the right of the path to Wyndham's Pool from Cricket Hill Road?

Thank you for your enquiry. Yes, the Hospital Pond, as we call it, is exactly where you state, to the south of the track. It is mentioned in Valerie Kerslake's 'little' book "A Walk on Cricket Hill", earlier being known as School Pond or Boseley's Pond. This book is a very interesting read about this historic area.

 

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14/03/2016 03:59pm

Emma Lucas

Hello

I'm trying to find out who owns the verge/bank on Stevens Hill, Yateley. My garden backs on to it and I'm concerned about the holly growing on it. I'd like to cut it back but have been advised by the council to find out who owns it first.

Kind regards

The Ranger replies

Thank you for getting in touch. Stevens Hill has an unusual layout and as such, it is difficult to work out exactly where you mean. Perhaps you could get in touch directly and we may be able to assist you further. Please contact us on 01252 870425 or northern.sites@hants.gov.uk .

 

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14/03/2016 03:59pm

Donna

Would it be possible to park horse box at wyndem pond car park?

The Ranger replies

Thanks for your enquiry. It is possible, but it would be difficult as the car park is up an incline and round quite a tight bend. It would also be advisable to make sure that you had ample space to turn around at the top before entering. There have been several similar questions on Ask a Ranger about visiting with a horse and horse box. Please refer to these to find any additional information.

 

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14/03/2016 03:59pm

Robin newman

Hi I understand you can't take fallen or cut logs from yateley common. How much does it cost to buy logs and how many do you get?.is the money from the sale logs used to fund up keep of the common.

Thanks r newman

The Ranger replies

Common Rights are historically attached to properties around a common and allow the owner of those rights to carry out certain activities, such as digging for gravel, cutting gorse and taking fallen deadwood. The logs or cordwood we sell today are usually sold as standing timber to a contractor as part of a felling operation undertaken as part of grant funded works to manage the common. As such, we don't specifically sell firewood, but any money made from the sale of timber from felling operations does go back into the future management of the Common.

 

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18/01/2016 01:56pm

keith

The Ranger replies

Two bags building material in outer car park Strouds Pond near metal dragons tooth.

Thanks for the report. We will clear it as soon as possible. If you could report fly tipping to us directly by email that would be great. This generally means that we get the report sooner and get out to collect it quicker. Our contact details are northern.sites@hants.gov.uk . Thanks.

 

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12/01/2016 10:56am

Wilma

When is the track from Wyndams Pool to Cricket Hill being repaired. Car stuck there last week

The Ranger replies

Repairs to the track to Wyndham's Pool and other car parks are scheduled to take place in early March. Unfortunately, the weather conditions during the winter months do not lend themselves to carrying out maintenance works at this time of year.

 

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05/01/2016 02:20pm

Szwe Mabuza

what animals are found in Yateley common and and blackwater and surrounding areas?

Im doing an assignment for environmental impact assessment at brighton university based on the yateley/blackwater areas in Hampshire.

are there great crested newts and badgers?

please help

The Ranger replies

Thank you for your request for information about Yateley Common. We do have a wide range of species inhabiting the site, far too many to mention here! We do have badgers and great crested newts. If you would like to email the rangers at northern.sites@hants.gov.uk with a more specific request, we may be able to assist you further. Alternatively, please contact the Hampshire Biodiversity Information Centre (HBIC) and they may be able to provide you with more detailed information on species living in the Yateley/Blackwater area. Many thanks for your interest.

 

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23/12/2015 03:23pm

Hi...were the 4 ponies removed from Castle Bottom on Monday 21st Dec ?

Thx

The Ranger replies

Thank you for getting in contact about the ponies. Yes, they were removed by the grazier earlier this week.

 

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27/11/2015 11:10am

Philip Rodney

Would it be possible to set up a series of caches in the Bramshill or Warren Heath area for geocaches to visit

The Ranger replies

We don't actually manage either of those parcels of land, so it would not be possible for us to give consent. The land is managed by the Forestry Commission, so you would be best placed speaking with them. The regional office contact details can be found at www.forestry.gov.uk/england-localcontacts. I would suggest you contact them in the first instance.

 

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12/11/2015 11:21am

W jord

When will track to wyndams pool be repaired for car access without danger due to pot holes

The Ranger replies

We are aware that many of the tracks around the Common are in need of some repair, including the track to Wyndham's. This is an ongoing maintenance issue and works are scheduled for in the new year.

 

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