Worthys Conservation Volunteers

"Our Local Natural Environment .. for Life"

Kings Worthy Headbourne Worthy Abbots Worthy Martyr Worthy

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"Bench building" "A lesson in wildflowers" "Putting up bird boxes"

Can you help?

We are always on the lookout for more members - there are plenty of tasks to do in the area and we would really appreciate some extra hands .. as the saying goes "many hands make light work" .. so come along and have some fun!!

Wildlife in the Worthys front cover

WCV marks 10+ years!

Celebrating this magnificent achievement, WCV has published a special booklet about our local wildlife.  Titled "Wildlife in the Worthys" it gives a unique insight into the flora and fauna and natural history of the upper Itchen valley.  Twelve monthly articles each describe a different aspect of the wildlife and habitats found in the area, beautifully illustrated with photographs and sketches.

The 40-page A4 booklet can be purchased for just 5 by contacting 07919 111221 or send an email to: enquiries@worthysconservationvolunteers.org.uk.

All proceeds will contribute to conservation activities.

Coming Up

Sunday 22 May, 2pm

Old Railway Bridge Study,  DNSR          See the project here

On behalf of The Watercress Way, this month we shall be photographing and surveying flora at each of the disused railway bridges.  Meet by the vets, Hook Pit Farm Lane, http://streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?X=448137&Y=135060&A=Y&Z=115.  Please wear suitable clothing and bring your own refreshment.

Monday 30 May, 2pm.

St Marys Fete, Church Green, Kings Worthy

We shall be running our usual stall.


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