One of the aims of the Manor Woods Valley Conservation Group is to encourage and facilitate the use of Manor Woods Valley as a learning and research resource. From pre-school children, to university students, to continued education students, Manor Woods Valley offers opportunities to learn, be it through play or sophisticated projects.

A Benchmark Study on the Malago’s Water Quality – 2018

NVC Assessment and Analysis of a Possible Ancient Woodland Area of Manor Valley Woods – 2018

Allotment Wood NVC – 2018

The Fruit Trees of Manor Woods Valley – 2018

Manor Woods Orchard Soil Assessment – 2019

Soils of the Wildflower Meadow and Lower Park – 2019

Butterfly Survey – 2019

Preference of food type from supplementary feeding in UK bird species, and the effect of this preference on vigilance behaviour – 2019

Impact of Landfill on Soil Profiles and Drainage Patterns in a Wildflower Meadow – 2020

Mapping the Grainsize and Substrate Composition of The Malago river and its Impact on the Ecology – 2020

Butterfly Survey – 2020

Reptile Survey – 2020

Butterfly Survey – 2021

Fish Report – 2022

Glow-worm Report – 2022

Butterfly Survey – 2022

Dragonflies Recorded in Manor Woods Valley – 2017-22

The Mammals (excl. Bats) of Manor Woods Valley – 2022

The Bats of Manor Woods Valley and Surrounding Area – 2022

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust (BART) – Manor Woods Valley LNR Recommendations Report – 2023