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CROW
(Conserve Reading on Wednesdays)


Friends of Cemetery Junction

Friends of Clayfield Copse

Friends of Mapledurham Playing Fields

Friends of McIlroy Park

Friends of Waterloo Meadows
   

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Next Econet Meeting

Monday
12th February 2018
19:30 - 21:30

Reading Council Offices
Prospect Park
Agenda

Last updated 11th December 2017

Wednesday, 6th December 2017
Birch clearance ~ Wokefield Common

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Caversham Court
Church Road, Caversham
RG4 7AD

Saturday
9th December 2017
9:30 - 13:30

Naturally grown Scots pine trees harvested as part of the management of local heathland

Holly, Mistletoe, Cones
Willow wreaths
and natural decorations

BBOWT, RSPB and Fairtrade stalls
with cards and gifts

Local honey and beeswax products from
Reading & District Beekeepers ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Scots Pine trees also available at
Wildmoor Heath
Crowthorne
Saturday, 9th December
11:00 - 15:00

and
Sunday, 10th December
11:00 - 15:00


Nature Discovery Centre
Thatcham
Sunday, 10th December
11:00 - 15:00

The Bat Atlas Project
Park United Reformed Church
Palmer Park Avenue/Wokingham Road
Reading
Thursday, 8th February 2018
19:15

Talk by Claire Andrews, Director of CA Ecology.

Part of the Berkshire Mammal Group Winter Talks Programme
Details

Towards solving some prickly problems with hedgehog conservation
Reformed Church
Palmer Park Avenue/Wokingham Road
Reading
Thursday, 5th April 2018
19:15

An outline of current research at the University of Reading by Dr Phil Baker, School of Biological Sciences.

Part of the Berkshire Mammal Group Winter Talks Programme
Details