Worcester local group

Birdwatching at The Knapp (c) Poppy MorrisBirdwatching at The Knapp (c) Poppy Morris

Worcester local group welcomes you all to join us for a range of wildlife-related talks, walks and reserve visits.

We’re lucky enough to have three great nature reserves on our doorstep; Monkwood, Trench Wood and Lower Smite Farm.

There are many ways you can get involved – from enjoying an event or helping out at meetings to volunteering with a work party on one of our reserves.

Meetings and Events Diary

We meet on the third Wednesday of each month between September and April.
• Where: Bishop Allenby Hall, St Stephen's St, Worcester, WR3 7HS
• Time: 7.30pm
• Admission: £2.50, including refreshments
• Books and gift items available for sale
• Bird food usually available for sale
• Non-members always welcome

During the summer months we organise a varied programme of outdoor visits and walks. Check the events pages for an event near you.

You can read more in our spring newsletter.

Helping your local nature reserve

Each of our local reserves holds volunteer work parties to help with their management.  A range of work is undertaken – no experience is necessary as all tools and guidance are provided. Bring your own refreshments and wear suitable clothing and stout footwear.

For information about times and who to contact, visit our volunteering opportunities pages.

Contact

For more information about our activities, or if you’re interested in getting involved, contact Caryl on 07990 772693.

What's on - Worcester

  • A guided butterfly walk on the Old Hills

    Wednesday 3rd July 2019,
    10.30am - 1.00pm

    Venue: Callow End

    Join Worcester local group and Mel Mason on a butterfly hunt!

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    What's on

    Ashwood Wildlife Meadow visit

    Sunday 30th June -10.00am

    Venue:

    Join our Stourbridge & Hagley local group as they take a walk with Tom Woodhall around Ashwood wildlife meadow

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