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Dementia Friendly Walk Leader Training

Dementia Friendly Walk Leader training is delivered by Dementia Adventure which is an organisation Public Health England and Natural England work with. Magna Vitae are delivering dementia friendly strolls with…

Beech tree cleanup

A recent loss of a Beech tree branch overhanging the path needed a major clear up. You can see from the photo that one piece penetrated the tarmac path with…

Lincolnshire Co-op lend a hand

Staff from the Lincolnshire Co op recently lent a hand, with a day of working in the Hills. This included a general clean up of the site and removing fallen…

Hubbards Hills Teddy Bears Picnic 2015

An opportunity for local families to get together, make a picnic and enjoy Hubbard’s Hills. Activities include free teddy bear trail, pooh sticks and teddy bear fancy dress competition along…

Outbreaks of the fungus Chalara fraxinea

Ash trees in the Hills represent about 10% of the total tree stock.The Trust is currently monitoring the recent outbreaks of the fungus Chalara fraxinea which is devastating Ash trees…

Come out to play in the Hills

CHILDREN in Louth and district have the opportunity to join in East Lindsey District Council’s summer Play Rangers programme in the town’s favourite beauty spot. –> CHILDREN in Louth and…

Local Government Association at Westminster

AFTER attending a conference at the Local Government Association at Westminster in London recently three town councillors and directors of the Hubbards Hills Trust,, Couns Andrew Leonard, Dave Wing and…

Endemol Productions Filming

Endemol Productions filmed recently in HH for a new series of Super Size v Super Skinny to be screened for Television in the near future.The filming involved a contestant on…

Hubbard’s Hills Trust Public Consultation Response Form

Please click the link above to view and download the short version of the Public Consultation Form.

Draft Management Plan

When the Hubbards Hills Trust was formed in 2009 Louth’s favourite beauty spot was looking past its best. The Trustees knew their most important task, after looking after the day-to-day…

Enjoy a walk and pick up a book!

WORLD Book Night is coming to Hubbards Hills! Hubbards Hills is a much loved treasure and the Hubbards Hills Trust hopes the 50 free books they will be giving away…

Hills press release

HUBBARD’S HILLS Trust has started 2011 on a high note after successfully landing an important grant from the Wolds Sustainable Development Fund to draw up a Draft Management Plan for…

Ode to Hubbard’s Hills

This poem was written by Coun Mrs Sue Locking on November 4 2010 to celebrate the first ever Hubbard’s Hills Conference. Come to Hubbard’s Hills A lovely place to play!…

We are pleased to say

East Lindsey District Council are supporting the project through their Community Fund with a grant of £8000 annually for three years.

Become A Patron

The Trustees are currently in the process of inviting individuals to become Patrons of the charity. Look out for more news of this later in the year.

Lincolnshire Biodiviersty Partnership

We are delighted to report that Hubbards Hills was selected on March 24 2010 as a Local Wildlife Site as part of the Lincolnshire Biodiversity Partnership programme. Local wildlife sites…

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