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Burton Conservation Volunteers is an independent group carrying out regular practical environmental tasks all year round in the Burton area and slightly further afield. If you are interested in joining us, click here for more details about the group.
See details of our forthcoming tasks in the Calendar.
Latest from our Blog
25th July 2021 Today we were at Bramshall, Uttoxeter to clear our favourite enemy, the invasive Himalayan Balsam. There was a good turnout from the volunteers including a few Uttoxeter locals. The Mayor was around to say hello and promised that he would help at the next Balsam clearance session. The photos below show much […]
The Church Fete was based on a theme of the Earth and it was decided to invite organisations related to the environment, nature and waste reduction. With this in mind, BCV were invited along with other similar minded organisations like The Woodland Trust, Hoglets and Fairtrade Uttoxeter etc. It was glorious weather for the fete […]
The TTTV (Transforming the Trent Valley) scheme is encouraging local people to become involved in a biological recording survey, the idea being to record sightings of 32 chosen species of animals and plants, ranging from kingfishers to bee orchids. Lawrence has some packs available containing a survey booklet and a colour identification guide, if you […]
More details and pictures in our Blog