We are a group of volunteers that work with local naturalists and the Council’s ecology officer. We seek to preserve and enhance the natural habitats of Ham Lands and to provide information about the area so that more people can understand and appreciate this Local Nature Reserve. To learn more about the conservation work we do please click here.
We create habitats for wildlife and arrange walking tours to show the wide variety of flora and fauna.
After many months of working in very small groups, you can now join us again for our monthly conservation work. We are cutting back encroaching scrub to maintain open and sheltered grassland areas and open woodland which so important to support the rich biodiversity on Ham Lands.
We also maintaining some of the small footpaths through the scrub that are in danger of being overgrown. Areas where this is necessary have been identified by local naturalists and the Council’s ecology officer. Tasks could include raking, cutting back, digging, and litter picking.
We meet every second Saturday of each month 10:00 at the junction of Riverside Drive and Croft Way.
Himalayan Balsam Bashing, in the flood area by the river
Litter clean up on Ham Lands
We organise several guided walks during the year to show the different flora and forna that can be seen as the seasons change.
See the Events Calendar for details of all of our walks.