On the afternoon of Sunday 29th April we will be having a nature walk around Providence Plantation guided by experts from the Bristol Naturalists Society. This is a great oppurtinity to lear about the woodland wildlife, especially about birdsong invertabrates and recording methods. We will begin the event with a picnic in the woods. Please email Heather by 7pm on Friday 27th April if you would like to come along.
The design (see below) has been voted on and Lucy, our VP, is now taking orders.
You can choose from T-shirts (product code GD002), hoodies (GD057) and sweatshirts (GD056). You can view the available sizes and colours for each type garment on the Shirt Tales website. Prices are £5 per T-shirts, £8 per hoodie and £7 per sweatshirt though these may go down if we get enough orders.
UPDATE: Again, because of the snow we have had to cancel the trip.
On Sunday 18th March we will be going to Berrow Dunes in Somerset. BUCG has been going there yearly to help Sedgemoor District Council preserve the dunes and wetlands in the area. If you would like to join us on this seaside trip please email Heather by 7pm on Thursday 15th March – places are limited.
UPDATE: Due to the snow, we have had to cancel the trip.
We are going on a trip with the Avon Wildlife Trust on Sunday 4th March. Their trips are always great and they find really interesting and different activities for us to do. With coursework and strikes stressing everyone out, this is a great opportunity to get outside and away from Bristol for a day. Please email Heather by 7pm on Friday 2nd March if you are interested.
If you missed the Pizza, Pencils and Paper social but would like to submit a back design for this year’s BUCG clothing you still can; just email Lucy, our vice-president, with your design(s) attached, by the end of Friday 2nd March. (Designs must be in black and white.)
On the weekend of 10th-11th of Febuary we will be going on our annual residential trip to Alfrick in Wocestershire. We will be working on the Ravenshill Woodland Reserve (where we have been going to for many years) and staying at Alfrick village hall.
The trip is always loads of fun with a meal at a local pub and games in the evening and home cooked lunch from Annette, the wife of Trevor the warden.
Please email Heather ASAP if you would like to go as places are limited. If you do not get a place on this trip you will be given priority on the next residential in March.