The main aim of the group is to conserve and enhance the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve.
The group consists of volunteers, most of whom live in and around Bradley Stoke, who participate in practical conservation activities on the reserve on the 1st Saturday of each month.
The practical conservation activities of the Group can include:
As well as improving the local environment being a volunteer is a great way to get fresh air and exercise and to meet people. An expert from BTCV attends most conservation work days to co-ordinate things, provide tools and to give training where required.
No previous experience is needed from the volunteers and the atmosphere in the group is friendly and relaxed. We have regular task days on the 1st Saturday of each month which start at 10am and finish at 4pm, with a break for lunch at which tea and biscuits are usually provided (you'll need to bring your own lunch). Some volunteers attend all day, others for only a short time. Well behaved children can come along but only if accompanied at all times by a responsible adult.
So why not come along to the next event yourself? Click here to see the upcoming events
The group has a 12 point constitution to which all members adhere and which can be downloaded from this link: