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.
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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.
For our final trip of the term we will be heading to Providence Plantation on Sunday 3rd December. We will be get some last bits of work done like path clearance before Christmas. It is a great chance to get outside as deadlines pile on and see the progress we’ve been making with managing the land!
Please email Heather if you would like to come along.
On Sunday 19th November Joe McSorley from the Avon Wildlife Trust will be leading us on a trip to Goblin Coombe just to the south west of Bristol. We will be clearing grassland of scrub with loppers and hand saws. There are great views across the Severn estuary and we will have a bonfire. They also have a flock of goats in the area.
There are limited spaces on this trip, so, if you want to come along, please email Heather by 7pm Thursday 16th November. Sign up is on a first come first serve basis, but if you canot get on this trip you will be given priority on the next trip.
On Sunday 29th October we will be going on a nature walk with experts from the Bristol Naturalists Society. It will be and fuan and informal afternoon walk around the woodland with the chance to ask questions about the flora and fauna and learn from experienced naturalists. We might even round off the day with a picnic; check out the Facebook event for updates.
On Saturday 1st April we are heading to the The Community Farm – a community-owned social enterprise based at their organic farm near Chew Magna. They are wildlife-friendly and have organised a day of volunteering activities for us. Currently uncertain what we will be doing exactly but it may involve growing things, bit of a change from our usual hacking and slashing!
If you would like to come please email Ollie by 7pm on Wednesday 29th March.
It is a lovely mixed woodland site with a limestone grassland in the middle. We will be doing some scrub clearance then burning all the material on a bonfire (perfect for toasting plenty of marshmallows and donuts).
If you would like to come please email Ollie by 7:30pm on Wednesday 1st March. As usual, if the trip is oversubscribed we will pick names out of a hat. If you do not get a place you will be guaranteed one on the next trip you sign up to.