Will there ever be normal normal again!
In this time of plaque and pestilence our weekly conservation work has been suspended for a few weeks. However since the relaxation of strict lockdown rules we are experimenting with modified approaches to work that allow our volunteers to stay safe and reduce the risk of virus transmission. Clients who would like to engage our services should make contact to discuss their requirements so that we can assess whether their tasks may be done safely within the government’s covid-19 guidelines.
What we do?
The Wednesday Conservation Volunteers are a roving group of volunteers in south Hampshire who undertake practical conservation tasks to enhance and create valuable habitats and improve public access to them.
Who do we help?
Our aim is to assist land managers to meet their responsibilities for conservation. We work for a wide range of organisations, most of them public bodies, including Hampshire Countryside Service, National Trust and various local Councils. See the previous dates page for a fascinating list of venues and tasks from recent years.
What do you achieve?
Learn new rural skills, build your confidence with the camaraderie of friends. Enjoy working outside in the best of Hampshire’s countryside knowing you’re making an active contribution to nature conservation, environment management and other related activities with public benefit.