Berrow Conservation Group
The group meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Generally, in the colder months, October to March, we meet in the Village Hall at 7.30pm. These meetings usually take the form of a talk by a local expert on a variety of conservation and wild life matters.
April to September, weather permitting, we engage in more practical aspects of conservation. These have included village pond clearing and conversion of a Second World War pill box into a bat sanctuary. On-going projects are monitoring and recording of plant life on the Local Nature Reserve, and monitoring and recording of erosion of the sand dunes.
An all-round favourite meeting is a local nature walk, usually guided, to observe the Flora and Fauna in and around Berrow – and sometimes further afield!