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All maps have been reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationary Office Crown Copyright. Under Devon County Council Licence LA 076562 2003.

These maps may be reproduced solely for the study at Velator Wetland. They may not be reproduced for any other purpose. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown Copyright and lead to civil proceedings.

The Wildlife photographs from Wildlife Photographer Colin Varndell are subject to Copyright  ©  Colin Varndell 04. They may only be reproduced for the purpose of study at Velator Wetland. They may not be reproduced for any other purpose, nor may they be reproduced for financial gain.

The Field Studies Council (FSC) hold copyright for all the identification charts included in the pack and may not be reproduced without their permission.

Gordon Maclelland “Talking to Earth” environmental activities are for play leaders or anyone wishing to do wild and exciting environmental work with groups of people. They should not however, be copied and re-sold. They should not be converted into an electronic form, stored or passed on using a computer.

Sally Edgcombe gratefully acknowledges the following, for permission to reproduce copyright material. Where indicated permission is given to reproduce the material in conjunction with Velator work, but it must not be passed on using a computer.

The Sanctuary 2000 Schools Pack produced by Carlton Television can be freely downloaded off the internet. Extracts from The Grassland and Woodland Study Packs have been reproduced by kind permission of Gig Hardy at Staffordshire Wildlife Trust. They can only be used in conjunction with study work at the Velator Wetland.

The booklet “Wildflowers of the Mid-Devon Hedgerows” by Sandra Charlton is Copyright © September 2003 and may not be copied or reproduced without prior permission from the author.


“The French Hedgehog” by Pierre Dixon and “I Heard a Spider Crying” are Copyright  © Peter Dixon 1989. Peter Dixon has given permission for them to be used as long as it is part of Velator work to further the cause of nature conservation. Further copies are available from Peter Dixon, Cheriton Road, Winchester SO22 5AX.
“Black Dot” by Libby Houston is Copyright © Libby Houston 1993,1999 reprinted from ‘All Change’ (OUP) by kind permission of the author for use with Velator work only.
“The Frogalist” by Brian Patten has been taken from ‘Gargling with Jelly’. Permission has been granted to reproduce the poem, in its entirity, with no changes, with the following copyright notice  Gargling With Jelly by Brian Patten (Viking 1985) copyright © Brian Patten 1985, reproduced by permission of Penguin Books Ltd.
“The Gourmet Hedghog” by Kaye Umanski copyright
© Kaye Umanski 1992, is reprinted from ‘Prickly Poems’ on the basis that the use is not commercial and that it will only be produced in conjunction with Velator Work.

The following three poems are in the public domain so can be freely reproduced and stored in a computer.
“Duck’s Ditty” by Kenneth Graham
“The Dragonfly” by Alfred Lord Tennyson
“Centipede” Anon.

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