Tuesday 27th December: Work party on the Wildlife Conservation Area raked and burned bramble roots.
Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th December: Work parties on the Wildlife Conservation Area made the cleared site safe, investigated a sewer access, cleared uncovered rubble etc.
Tuesday 13th December: Contractors cleared bramble forest from much of the Wildlife Conservation Area, ready for replanting with native chalk downland species. An area to the south was left for existing wildlife.
Sunday 11th December: Wildlife Conservation Area site survey confirmed that no badgers were in residence. There are old diggings and lots of rabbits but no evidence of an active badger sett.
Monday 14th November: OBCG Committee meeting.
Saturday 15th October: OBCG held a site meeting at the Wildlife Conservation Area. In October the group was awarded a Hanson Environment Fund grant for Wildlife Conservation Area works.
July: OBCG formally constituted, with seed funding from OB Parish Council.
Local botanist Jean Kington surveyed Wildlife Conservation Area site to identify the plants present.