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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.
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BCV members are leading seven walks in the National Forest Walking Festival, which runs from Saturday 14th May to Thursday 26th May 2022. There are more than 80 walks in the Festival overall, ranging from 1 mile to 15 miles, and covering all interests including Wildlife, History, Geology, Fitness and Leisure. Details at http://www.thenationalforestwalkingfestival.org.uk or […]
9.30am to 12 noonKeep Burton Tidy: Washlands Litter Pick. Organised by BCV and Burton Civic Society. Everyone welcome. Bring plastic gloves and hand sanitiser. Bags and equipment provided. Meet in the Trent Washlands car park, end of Watson Street, Burton-on-Trent. Grid ref. SK 250 220, nearest postcode DE14 3AH.
This month’s Staffordshire Wildlife Trust talk in Burton is on the Transforming the Trent Valley (TTTV) project; speaker Nicola Lynes. The talk takes place at All Saints Church on Tuesday 5th April at 7.30pm.
More details and pictures in our Blog