greystones farm

  • North Cotswold Rotary Club and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust are challenging local people to walk or run their way through the glorious countryside surroundings of Greystones Farm in Bourton-on-the-Water on 9 July.

  • Recent archaeological excavations at Gloucestershire Wildlife Trusts’ Greystones Farm nature reserve have identified significant archaeological remains dating to the Iron Age, including two human burials. The nature reserve on the outskirts of Bourton-on-the-Water is home to Salmonsbury Camp, a scheduled ancient monument, the only lowland example of a large multivallate hill fort in England.

  • Rare breed and farming advocate, Joe Henson MBE, and his son, BBC Countryfile presenter, Adam Henson launched Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s new partnership with local cheese maker, Simon Weaver at The Moreton-in-Marsh Show on 1st September 2012.

  • Rare breed and farming advocate, Joe Henson MBE will be launching Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s new partnership with local cheese maker, Simon Weaver at The Moreton-in-Marsh Show on 1st September 2012.

  • Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Greystones Farm nature reserve in Bourton on the Water had a very unusual visitor for the first time on 29th June 2012.

  • On Thursday 5th July Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust invited some of its newest members to a special event held at Greystones Farm nature reserve.

  • Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust kicked off their seven day road show tour of an adapted outdoor performance of The Wind in the Willows on 8th May; inspiring school children and residents in the Cotswolds to learn more about river bank conservation and how to save our beloved water vole.