Jack (in the pic below) is working with me, doing the highest level John Muir conservation award. One of our overarching conservation goals is to make UWNR as Dormouse friendly and encouraging as possible - they have historically been recorded nearby, so we work and live in hope. Jack and I have spent much time refining our Dormouse bridge design and we are proud of the latest structure, which connects a hazel rich embankment with a dense bramble patch. The bramble patch is south facing and basks in all-day spring & summer sun. As a result, it is flower and fruit rich - these are key, seasonal food items for Dormice.