The Friends of The Trap Grounds

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Trap Grounds on Facebook

 We now have a Facebook page. Enter ‘Friends of the Trap Grounds’ in the search line and “like” us in order to receive updates and to comment on new postings.

“A magical and peaceful place …”

A participant in the recent Wild Oxfordshire conference wrote afterwards: “Thank you and the ONCF team for organising a really great day. The Trap Grounds have become a magical and peaceful place, combining open access for public recreation with some serious nature conservation, and it has one of the best board-walks I have ever seen. When you have such a good walking route as that, the general public will not stray into the conservation areas and cause havoc, and in time the wildlife gets used to people being restricted to the path and they come much closer to the path with greater confidence.  It really is an enormous credit to you and your team, and I hope that the City Council recognises what a brilliant job you have done” (Martin H.)


Trap Grounds Greetings Cards

By popular demand we have reprinted two of our original greetings cards, depicting a Swan admiring its own reflection on the Trap Grounds pond, and Primroses flowering in the woodland. Information about the history of the site is printed on the reverse. The cards, with envelopes, cost 75 pence each, or £2.50 for a set of four, with free local delivery. Click on ‘Galleries’ (above) and scroll down to ‘Greetings Carsd’  to see all the images and download an order form.