Bracknell Conservation Volunteers are a friendly and informal group of local adults who carry out conservation work and practical tasks to promote wildlife and enhance our local environment.
The group was formed in 1996 and work at many sites within the Bracknell Forest area, from small suburban woodlands to larger parks and nature reserves.
We work mainly with the Parks & Countryside Service of Bracknell Forest Borough Council, usually under the direction of a BFBC Countryside Ranger.
We meet EVERY TUESDAY 9:30am - 3pm.
No experience is necessary and we have trained people in the group who can provide guidance. We welcome people from all backgrounds. If you like to be outdoors, and don't mind getting muddy, it is great fun - and good exercise too!
There is no cost or commitment on your part. You may join us every Tuesday, or once a month, or only in summer - whatever suits you. Check out our Volunteer page if you want to learn more.
Latest BCV Newsletter No. 136 - 7th October 2021