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Coppett (sometimes 'Coppet') Hill Common is a Local Nature Reserve of over 100 hectares located in the parish of Goodrich near Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire. It is a mix of woodland and open hillside with a very wide range of flora and fauna. Permissive paths give access to the reserve as well as offering marvellous views stretching from the Brecon Beacons to Clee Hill and the Malverns. The Reserve lies within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Coppett Hill Common Trust owns and manages the Hill. It is a limited company founded in 1985, run by Directors who are elected annually by the Trust shareholders. Individual shareholders must live in the Parish of Goodrich and Welsh Bicknor and currently number just over 100 of the residents. Goodrich and Welsh Bicknor Parish Council and Herefordshire Council are also shareholders.
The Friends of Coppett Hill is a Charity working to promote and raise funds to help the management of the Hill. Membership of
the Friends is open to all and there is a small annual subscription.
If you would like to get involved. there is a programme of nature related and social events during the year and those of all abilities are welcome on our work parties. Click on the Latest tab to see what is going on and Contact Us if you want to know more
The Friends produce an eNewsletter sent at various times throughout the year which has pictures and text and is sent as an email [mailchimp] and can be read on computers tablets and phones.
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We are mid-way between Ross on Wye and Monmouth, accessed via the A40 through the village of Goodrich. There is parking in the village. A book of walks is available in the village shop - Jollys - and in the Castle. Refreshment is avilable at the village pub - the Hostelrie - and at the Castle (when open).
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