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NWT City Group June activities

The Notts Wildlife Trust City Local Group have several activities planned during June…

Saturday 4th June – 10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. Practical work party. Removing Himalayan balsam at Broxtowe Country Park. Meet at the Nottingham Road entrance near Cinderhill Island, convenient for Phoenix Park tram stop.

Saturday 11th June – 11.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. Peregrine Watch. Grassed area in front of Nottingham Trent University on South Sherwood Street.

Thursday 16th June – 6.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m. A walk along Tinkers Leen and Kings Meadow. Meet outside the Law Courts opposite the Canal House

Wildlife Trust launches roving conservation volunteer team

This was sent in from the Wildlife Trust’s City Local group…..it sounds like a good initiative….

 

 

The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trusts (NWT) Nottingham Urban Wildlife Scheme NUWS) has been working with the City Council Rangers and the NWT City Local Group (CLG) to establish a roving volunteer team to support conservation work on those City Wildlife sites which do not currently have their own Friends Groups.

A Saturday morning in January saw some of us burning off the calories at Whitemoor Nature Reserve.

 

Led by City Ranger Simon (who is also Vice-Chair of NUWS and a CLG committee member) we cleared scrub and bramble to enable some of the grassland to recover, providing a valuable diversity of habitat.

And we had some fun, exercise and fresh air – all those involved will happily repeat the experience.

We have further sessions planned:

Sunrise Hill – Saturday 20th February 10.00 – 2.00, meet at the entrance on Landcroft Crescent, off Arnold Road in Bestwood.

Sandy Banks – Saturday 12th march  10.00-2.00, meet at the the junction of Edwards Lane/Breckhampton Road/Chippenham Road in Bestwood.

More will follow and if you’d like to join us please contact Simon or myself.

simon.jenkins@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Martin Willis (Chair of NUWS & CLG)

martin@martin-willis.net

                            

Forthcoming events from Wildlife Trust

The Wildlife Trust’s City Local Group have a wide range of events coming up….

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These are an excellent opportunity to get involved in wildlife watching and nature conservation in the city.

 

Wildlife walk – next Wednesday

Just a quick plug for this forthcoming event from the Wildlife Trust’s City Group….

The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trusts City Local Group

Summer evening walks

Sandy Banks         Glade Hill        Sunrise Hill

Wednesday 26th August 2015 6.30 p.m.

Meet by the flagpole at the entrance to Sandy Banks – junction of Edwards Lane/Beckhampton Road/Chippenham Road

 enquiries to martin@martin-willis.net Tel. 07970178618

Open Day at Skylarks Nature Reserve

The Wildlife Trust are planning an open day at Skylarks Nature Reserve…..

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Worth a visit…..

 

Wildlife Trust City Group – looking into 2015

Here’s a review of the activities of the Wildlife Trust’s Nottingham City Group in 2014, and a look forward to some plans for 2015…

members_mailing_new_year_2015It looks like the group will be busy in 2015, and I hope their activities are successful.

All the best to all for 2015!

A woodland walk in Sherwood….

Here’s a report of recent activities from the Wildlife Trust’s Nottingham City group…..

Woodthorpe Meadow

Good to hear this urban nature reserve is getting some TLC!

Urban Safari report…..

Thanks to Martin of the Wildlife Trust’s Nottingham City group, who sent in the following report of the “Urban Safari” they held on the 27th of September……

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It sounds like a very good event, and I look forward to hearing more about the activities of the group…..

 

Wildlife Trust City Local Group re-energised

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are currently re-establishing a local group for Nottingham City.  The group held an “Urban Safari” on the Forest Recreation Ground last weekend, and further activities are planned……

members mailing august 2014-page-001This group looks likely to be an excellent way to find out about wildlife and get involved in conservation in the city, and hopefully it will go from strength to strength.