Website Plan Completed (March 2013)
The plan for a website to “invite and encourage” the public with regard to the Millennium Green has now been completed, and it is available the public to view.
We are especially grateful to Becky Stannard who has carried the main burden of setting up this site. John Spivey, Ros Brimacombe and Becky Stannard contributed the pictures.The copyrights are held by these individuals and cannot be used without permission.
Chairman Margaret Turner-Warwick Honored at the AGM
Chairman Margaret Turner-Warwick pictured here with her husband, Dr. Richard Turner-Warwick retired from her position as Chairman at the 2015 AGM of the Thorverton Millennium Trust. Thanks to her very skillful administration, the Green is well-maintained and its natural amenities are enjoyed by both visitors and residents of Thorverton. The Trustees are also very grateful to Dr. Richard Turner-Warwick for providing a mower and regular mowing of the Green for many years.. John Spivey, Vice-Chairman will assume leadership of the Trust in the interim. A Grateful Acknowledgment to the Leonard Trust
The Leonard Trust Continues to Support the Millennium Green
Over time, heavy rains and standing water degrade the footpaths of the Millennium Green making it difficult for feet and wheels to navigate. Thanks to the generous financial support of the Leonard Trust, needed repairs can be made to the paths and stream bed.
Making the Millennium Green More Accessible
Trustees, their friends and families are hacking away at brambles, nettles and undergrowth to give better access to all areas of the Green. Normally, the 4th Saturday of the month at 11am is a designated work day. Bring your lunch, clippers and secaturs—drinks provided.
Millenium Green Willow Trimmings Provide Easter Bouquet Material Elspeth and her floral crew used willow trimmings and buds to enhance the lovely Easter arrangements for the church. Well-used!
Saturday August 6th, 2016 Jenny Garne led the late evening moth trapping expedition. She reports that 70 moths were trapped (and released), 14 of which are new records for the Millennium Green site. Of particular interest was the sighting of a Marbled Green moth, a species normally found on the coast. Yearly results are sent to the Devon County Moth Recorder. More information about moths can be found by clicking on “Links” on this site, clicking “Flora and Fauna”, and finally, “Devon moths”.