Have a look at the conservation volunteer page to see where the task programme will take us over the next couple of months.
Unlucky for some!
Sorry, we have had to cancel Friday's trip to St Ives. We will go in June instead.
Sorry for any inconvenience or disappointment.
The second Shaping Spaces programme starts on Wednesday 13th April.
It is a 12 week course for 16-25 year olds and runs on Wednesday and Thursdays, 10am-3.30pm.
During the course participants will learn practical horticultural and conservation skills as well as having an opportunity to work on personal goals such as confidence building, working with others and CV writing.
The sessions will be a mix of indoor at Culture Fusion and outdoor at community and wildlife settings in Bradford.
We are planting near Roper Lane, Queensbury this Friday.
We will be on a hillside so make sure you have supportive footwear.
The new task programme will be ready soon - keep an eye on the volunteer programme page as dates are confirmed.
September sees the 30th anniversary of BEES delivering environmental education activities in Bradford.
We will kick off our celebration with cake at BEES Urban Nature Reserve on Tuesday 15th September 2.30-4.30pm.
We will also aknowledge the landmark achievement at the Orchard on Friday 18th September. We have our conservation task there that day so drop in at any time between 11am and 3pm, though best bet for cake would be lunch time.
The next task programme is not quite ready but should be with you soon. Please look at the Conservation Volunteer page for the tasks we have been able to schedule.
The task on Friday 27th March will be at Parkside Centre.
We will be building more raised beds, filling them with soil and planting some vegetables.
We had a very successful residential weekend 27th February to the 1st of March.
We were made welcome at Arnside Independent Hostel, but most importantly we were able to make a real difference to the woodland management at Hutton Roof Crags, working with Cumbria Wildife Trust.
The residential was subsidised by a kind donation and grant funding from Four Winds Trust. This grant is enabling us to run Wildlife Wanders sessions; getting people out of the City and into the countryside.