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November 2018

Monday, 26 November 2018

Which nature reserve will you visit?

Which nature reserve will you visit?

Over the past 23 years, the Heritage Lottery Fund has given the RSPB £50 million to spend on making their nature reserves even better places for you to visit.

The RSPB main website now has postcode searches to make it easier to find facilities nearest to you e.g. your nearest Local Groups and also your nearest RSPB nature reserves.

Click on the link below to go straight to the nature reserves postcode search page
(or copy and enter )

Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Any Hope for Farming?

Any Hope for Farming?

The RSPB has been managing Hope Farm in Cambridgeshire since 2000. Georgina Bray helps run this profitable farm that is great for wildlife.

Please go to the Events page where this item has a Google Map link to our location at

St Mary's Church (Gwinnell Room)
207 High Road
South Woodford
E18 2PA

We meet on the second Tuesday of most months at 8pm
Our nature talks cost: £4.00 for RSPB & Wren members, £4.50 for non-members, Free to schoolchildren

St Mary's Church is a short distance from the junction with Chelmsford Road. Parking is allowed on the single yellow lines outside in the High Road after 6.30 pm. There is also free parking at Derby Road car park.
It is about a 15 minute walk from South Woodford tube station (on Central line). Buses 179 and W13 stop nearby.

If you click on the 'Download file' link, then you will see the striking poster that David (our Publicity officer) produced to advertise this talk.

Download file