Interested in conservation, wildlife and the countryside? Visit us at the Refreshers Fair, in the Students’ Union on Sunday 27th January. This is a chance for people who may have missed us at the Freshers Fair to find out more about us and join the society.
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Welcome back! For out first trip of the new year, we’ll be heading to Providence Plantation on Saturday 26th January. We will be doing some light conservation work to ease us back into the swing of things. This is the perfect way to get some fresh air an exercise after all those long weeks of revision and exams! As usual, we’ll be having lots of tea and biscuit breaks!
Please email Lucy by 7pm on Wednesday 16th January if you would like to come.
On Sunday 9th December we will be heading to Providence Platation for a nature walk guided by experts from the Bristol Naturalist Society. This will be a great opportunity for you to get to our regular woodland a bit better and to learn what sort of flora and fauna you can look out for on our trips there.
On the weekend of the 24th-25th November we will be going to Brownsea Island in Dorset. This will be our first residential trip of the year and a first for Conservation Group, as we have never been there before. We will be working with the National Trust who run most of the island. We will be leaving Bristol early on Saturday morning, staying overnigh before returning late on Sunday evening. The trip will cost approximately £30, however, this depends on numbers, so may change.
If you are interested in coming on this trip, please email Lucy by 7pm Friday 19th October. Please register you interest even if you are not completely sure you can come yet, as we need an idea of numbers. Also, if you would like to come and have a car and would be willing to drive (it is about a 2 hour drive), please let Lucy know (you will be reimbursed for fuel).
On Sunday 28th October we will going on a trip to Browne’s Folly to help the Avon Wildlife Trust with some conservation work. This is sure to be a great day, and will be a fantastic chance to learn about conservation from the experts. There will be a £3 cost for this trip, which you can bring along on the day.