Most of Cadbury Hill is owned by North Somerset Council but the hill fort at the top, the southern slopes and some of the woodland is owned jointly by Yatton and Congresbury Parish Councils.
It is a nationally important site for archaeology (the hill fort is a Scheduled Ancient Monument). Yatton Congresbury Claverham and Cleeve Archaeological Trust (YCCCART) is a local group of amateur archaeologists working under the guidance of North Somerset archaeologist Vince Russett. They have been carrying out surveys on the hill for several years. For more information about the group’s work click here to go to the YCCCART website.
It is also a Local Nature Reserve and contains the only natural woodland in the parish of Yatton.
To report fly tipping or litter in the car park in Henley Lane, contact North Somerset Council www.n-somerset.gov.uk
To report criminal or anti-social behaviour, including mountain bikes, quad bikes and horses not on the bridleway; fires; overnight camping etc. contact Yatton Parish Council email@example.com or Congresbury Parish Council firstname.lastname@example.org or for non urgent police matters ring 101. In a real emergency dial 999.
When visiting please do not park in the Cricket Club car park in Henley Lane. There is a car park for visitors to the hill further up the lane.
YACWAG has an interest in this wonderful local wildlife resource and promotes its wildlife through advice and guidance, occasional practical workparties, walks and talks and species monitoring and surveying.
For more information about getting involved in monitoring and surveying to help wildlife on the Hill visit our dormouse, reptile and bat pages. For information about the butterflies and moths of the Hill visit the links below and our own butterflies and moths page.
For details about the grassland, its wildlife and its management click here.
For details about the woodland, its wildlife and management click here.