Notts Wildlife Trust are getting together again

by | 15 June 2021 | Retford, Social Group, Wildlife

At last, the weather seems to be improving and we seem to be getting a little nearer to life as we knew it. The committee of the North Notts Local Group of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has been meeting (socially distanced of course!) to discuss what they can do when restrictions are lifted.
Hopefully, this will be in time to offer some elements of a summer programme, possibly guided walks in local reserves, followed by their winter programme of talks which they hope will start in September. At present, they have only an outline programme but it’s likely to include a talk on the exciting new beaver project at Idle Valley, a catch up with the very successful dormouse project, a talk from Dr David Fox, one of their regular and most popular speakers and, hopefully, their acclaimed Christmas Quiz night! All these events will, necessarily, have limited numbers so if you’re interested and would like to book on to any of them when they are confirmed, your best chance is to sign up for the Local Group updates (see below). All events are announced there and any last-minute changes will be advised via the update.
We’ve discovered the importance of nature over this last, difficult year and we’ve done our best to maintain social distances and protect ourselves and others. Time for us to start getting together again now, letting the natural world know we’re still here and we still care about it and making sure we do something to protect and support it.
If you want any more information, call Jan on 01777 709974 or 07969 180067 or email If you would like to receive email updates of Local Group activities, please email Jan with your request.