Copyright © West Berkshire Countryside Society 2012
‘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 Spring 2018 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
The Annual General Meeting of the West Berkshire Countryside Society
Takes place in the Oak room, Upper Bucklebury Memorial Hall, RG7 6QH
Wednesday 30th May 2018. 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start
In accordance with the Society’s constitution, nominations are invited for the committee posts of Hon Treasurer and Hon Secretary. The current holders of both posts are willing to stand for re-
If you didn't manage to join us at the launch of the new “Veteran Trees for the Future” leaflet
Down load it HERE
BBOWT announces the 2018 Dorothy Morley Conservation Award for wildlife and community projects across Berkshire
Community groups in Berkshire with projects aimed to improve their local area for both people and wildlife have the chance to win cash to help them succeed with their vision.
The Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust is calling on all local community projects that are beneficial to local people and wildlife to apply for the bi-
The Dorothy Morley Conservation Award scheme, which has been running since 2000, is a tribute to the memory of the dedicated conservationist Dorothy Morley. The continuation of the award scheme has been made possible through the outstanding generosity of the Morley family.
Full details about the Dorothy Morley Conservation Award are on the Wildlife Trust’s website www.bbowt.org.uk/dorothymorley Application packs are also available from the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust, Woolley Firs, Cherry Garden Lane, Maidenhead, SL6 3LJ.
Interested groups have four months to apply with the closing date for applications on Friday 29 June, with the winners being announced in late August.