Conservation Activities

Bill hook hedge laying
Bill hook hedge laying

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Collecting Apples Glastonbury Tor
Collecting Apples Glastonbury Tor

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Bill hook hedge laying
Bill hook hedge laying

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Osprey’s conservation trips are connected with national & local trusts and take place in various locations across the beautiful Mendip Hills and led by a knowledgeable and welcoming team. We provide tools and transport, just bring appropriate all-weather clothing, outdoor footwear, and a packed lunch.

 

When?

 

We have set up a new Conservation course for 2022:

            From Monday 10th January - Monday 4th April

Minibus collection points:

   Worle                 - outside Sue Ryder shop (Morrisons shopping complex) at 9:00am.

   Highbridge          - Cemetery Bus Stop, outside St John's Church, 5 Burnham Road TA9 3JF at 9:25am

   Burnham-on-Sea - B&M car park at 9:30am

If you live in Somerset, you can book your place using the Somerset Skills and Learning Website.

Click here for a link to SS&L courses, and search for "Osprey"

https://www.sslcourses.co.uk/courses/

 

If you live in North Somerset or Bath and North East Somerset, please complete the contact form on this site, or email or phone us.

Give back to nature! 

Conservation is the act of protecting Earth’s natural resources for current and future generations. Establishing protected areas not only helps conserve the natural landscape and geography, but also the wildlife that lives there. 


The conservation of nature and our environment through practical tasks improves wellbeing, and helps to conserve our green outdoor spaces whilst providing a great sense of achievement and belonging.