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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
We are pleased to report that the monthly Staffordshire Wildlife Trust talks are resuming in November, starting with a talk on the restoration of the Lichfield Canal. It takes place on Tuesday 2nd November at 7.30pm in All Saints Church, Branston Road, Burton. Admission £3.50.
Oct 15th to 17th Our annual working weekend near Ross-on-Wye was originally planned to be at the start of October but we had to postpone this because of the relentless rain. So instead we rescheduled it for a couple of weeks later, when the conditions were much more inviting for camping and outdoor work! We […]
BCV were back at Battlestead Hill today doing footpath work on the National Forest Way. Luckily it was a fine day for the long walk to get to the main work area today, which involved carrying or barrowing everything! The section of path towards the rear of Sinai was badly overgrown again, so the volunteers […]
More details and pictures in our Blog