Coming up in Rushcliffe

OUR WILDLIFE TALKS PROGRAMME FOR 2019/20

Our Wildlife Talks programme starts again at the begining of October and the first three months looks like this covering a variety of interesting topics

Sun 2nd Feb – General Knowledge Pub Quiz (7pm for a 7.30 pm start) in support of Notts Wildlife Trust at the Poppy & Pint, Ladybay. Teams are limited to a maximum of four at £3.50 ph. Tables limited, to reserve one contact gordon.dyne@gmail.com.

Thurs 6th Feb – A Quick Dip in the Djanogly Pond with Tom Hartman looking at the mysterious world of a British pond and it`s recolinization after being destroyed by the tram construction. Starts 7.30pm in Room 5, West Bridgford Methodist Church, (junction of Patrick Road and Musters Road), West Bridgford, NG2 7PQ. Admission includes tea & biccie adults: £3; children: free.

ALL talks start at 7.30pm in Room 5, West Bridgford Methodist Church, (junction of Patrick Road and Musters Road), West Bridgford, NG2 7PQ. Admission includes tea & biccie adults: £3; children: free.

WINTER OUT & ABOUT WITH WILDLIFE PROGRAMME

 Sun 16th Feb – Skylarks bird walk with Niel Pinder (07981 928402). Bring binoculars. Meet 9.30 at the Trust carpark on Adbolton Lane (past Holme Pierrepont Country Park on the right).

Wed 18th MarWilwell Farm Cutting in Early Spring with Gordon the warden (gordon.dyne@gmail.com). Meet 10 am at the Wilwell car park on the left of the B680 between Ruddington and Wilford, just before the ring road bridge).

Sun 12th Apr – Wilwell Farm Cutting in Spring with Gordon the warden (gordon.dyne@gmail.com). Meet 10 am at the Wilwell car park on the left of the B680 between Ruddington and Wilford, just before the ring road bridge).

Sun 26th AprSharphill Wood Dawn Chorus walk with John Elwell (07794 052672 – please advise if you wish to attend). Bring binoculars. Meet 6 am at the Pevrill Rd entrance to Sharphill Wood (West Bridgford).

Sun 26th Apr – Bunny Old Wood Open Day from 10 till 3 with a guided walk at 11am, children’s activities and info about woodland history (not to mention the bluebells. Car park on the left on the A60 climbing up out of Bunny village. Chris Terrell-Nield (0115 9374906).

RESERVE WORK PARTIES – If however you fancy something more practical this link outlines local reserve work parties (both NWT and others) – http://www.southnottswildlife.org.uk/content/?page_id=22