Conservation Volunteers

Northcliffe Woods, ShipleyNorthcliffe Woods, ShipleyThe conservation volunteers meet on most Fridays throughout the year.

Forthcoming Friday tasks are listed here.
The Conservation Volunteers may be working additional days on either a Wednesday/Thursday.  Contact the office to find out what is happening. 

We work on a variety of urban and urban fringe sites in the Bradford district, managing them for the benefit of wildlife and local people.

We offer an opportunity for anybody interested in nature conservation or people keen to help maintain local areas and make a positive impact on the local environment. No previous experience is necessary; training will be given on the day.

The meeting point for the workdays is Culture Fusion,
125 Thornton Road, Bradford, BD1 2EP (a few minutes walk from Centenary Square).

Fridays: Please arrive between 9.30 - 9.45am. We leave at 10am. We normally work until mid afternoon, but any contribution is welcomed.
Wednesdays/Thursday:  Leave at 10am.  Contact office for further information.  

We encourage all prospective volunteers to contact the office if you are interested in volunteering and we will discuss details.

Read reports of previous tasks here

St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School, Clayton.

Friday 29th September, 2017
Clayton

We are helping the school improve the habitats in their wildlife garden. Today we will be cutting the meadow and opening up some areas of water in the pond. 

 

TBC Bowling Park Community Orchard

Friday 6th October, 2017
in the allotments on Bowling Pk Drive

It depends how we have got on in September whether we return to the orchard today. If we change our destination we will edit the website and email you, or ring if you wish to check. 

 

Bowling Park Community Orchard

Friday 13th October, 2017
in the allotments on Bowling Park Drive

The final prepations for Apple Day on Sunday. 

Lower Fields Primary School

Friday 20th October, 2017
Fenby Avenue BD4

Annual meadow cut to allow the wildflowers to thrive and removal of some of the vegetation from the pond to keep open water.   

 

BEES Urban Nature Reserve

Friday 27th October, 2017
Laisteridge Lane

Pond, paths and meadow management. And no doubt a little bit of litter picking.

Bradford and Bingley Canoe Club

Friday 3rd November, 2017
Wagon Lane BD16 1LT

Habitat management along the river bank, working with the Bradford and Bingley Canoe Club to make improvements after damage caused by floods. 

 

Bradford and Bingley Canoe Club

Friday 10th November, 2017
Wagon Lane BD16 1LT

Carrying on with  habitat management along the river bank, working with the Bradford and Bingley Canoe on their Fresh Aire campaign