Following a Special General Meeting of Dundry Hill Group on Friday 25 November 2005, the Group has now been wound up. This follows a period when it became impossible to find enough volunteers to elect a committee.

The notes of the S.G.M. are available in PDF format here, and the letter with the agenda for the meeting is here. This website will remain as a record of what Dundry Hill Group achieved during its period of existence.

Malago Valley Conservation Group has undertaken to maintain the Malago Spring artwork and to use the funds it has 'inherited' from D.H.G. to support projects which reflect D.H.G.'s objectives. You can visit the Malago Valley Conservation Group website at www.mvcg.org.uk (opens in a new window).


Dundry Hill is a very special place. It is a long ridge, running east-west along the southern edge of Bristol. Although not high (230 metres), it visually dominates the surrounding areas - the housing estates of south Bristol to the north and the farmland and villages of the Chew Valley to the south.

Strip lynchets on Dundry Hill



<< Strip lynchets on Dundry Hill





Poised between town and country, it is under particular pressures. The Dundry Hill Group is a community group dedicated to caring for the Hill and its slopes. The Group wants to reduce fly tipping, promote the maintenance of rights of way and practical countryside management, and increase the number of people enjoying and caring for the area. The area covered by the Group is roughly Winford to Norton Malreward and Chew Magna to the southern estates of Bristol.

The urban/rural interface



The urban/rural interface >>





The aims of the Group are to respect the natural quality and character of the Dundry Hill Area by:


Looking over Bristol from Dundry Hill

Looking over Bristol from Dundry Hill


Guided walk on Dundry >>


Footpath restorationDry stone walling

Footpath Restoration
(above left) and (above right) Dry Stone Walling
Hedge laying

Litter raid

Hedge Laying
(above left) and (above right) Litter Raid

Dundry Hill Group works with other local community and voluntary groups; with the parish councils (Dundry, Norton Malreward, Whitchurch, Winford); and with the three unitary authorities into which Dundry Hill falls (Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset).



Hillside Farm and Oxleaze Lane

Hillside Farm and Oxleaze Lane


For details of each project, click on its name.


Baptist Chapel Cottages and West Dundry Lane

Baptist Chapel Cottages and West Dundry Lane


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For further information, contact (0117) 964 3106 or e-mail andrec@mvcg.org.uk.

  Latest update 7 January 2010