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The Quagga Mussel has been found in UK waters.
The highly invasive Quagga mussel has been found in UK waters. It is a non-
Would you know what it looks like or where to report it.
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The Great British Elm Experiment
The Conservation Foundation is attempting to unlock the mystery of why some trees survived Dutch Elm disease which wiped out over 25 million elms in the UK
To find out more visit their web site HERE
‘THE WEST BERKSHIRE COUNTRYSIDE SOCIETY EXISTS TO PROMOTE THE UNDERSTANDING, APPRECIATION AND CONSERVATION OF THE WEST BERKSHIRE COUNTRYSIDE BY ITS RESIDENTS AND VISITORS AND ALL OTHER GROUPS AND BUSINESSES INVOLVED IN ITS CARE AND MANAGEMENT. THE ORGANISATION WILL ALSO PROMOTE PRACTICAL WORK TO FURTHER THESE AIMS’.
Download the Summer edition of our quarterly newsletter “UPSTREAM”
You will need Adobe reader to read Upstream if you do not have Adobe reader you can access a free download on our Technical Articles page
Chairman’s Report to WBCS AGM -
To download a copy of Kay Lacey’s report to the Society AGM on 26th May 2016 click HERE
VOTE FOR US!!!
Skipton Building Society runs a scheme called ‘Grass Roots Giving’ which provides grants of £500 to voluntary organisations all over the country. West Berkshire Countryside Society put in a bid for funds to provide new tools and to help publish our new book ‘What’s in a West Berkshire Wood’. There were hundreds of entries across the country and only 32 have been short-
We now have to gather votes for our bid, so please go online to www.skiptongrg.co.uk . Select ‘Grassroots Giving 2016’ and open the HOME page. click on “Voting Now Open” .
This brings up a map. Click on South East. This brings up a table of the short-
Get partners, children, friends, neighbours – anyone you know – to vote!!!!
Voting Closes on 14th October