ABOUT BRADLEY STOKE - THREE BROOKS CONSERVATION GROUP
The Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group was formed in February 2005
with the aim of conserving and enhancing the Three Brooks Local Nature
Reserve for the benefit of local residents and wildlife in Bradley Stoke.
The group consists of volunteers, most of whom live in and around Bradley
Stoke, who participate in practical conservation activities on the reserve
on the 1st Saturday of each month.
Group activities can include:
• Path clearing (a.k.a. "bramble bashing");
• Grass cutting using traditional tools;
• Planting wild flowers;
• Stream clearing;
• Making bird/bat boxes;
As well as improving the local environment being a volunteer is a great
way to get fresh air and exercise and to meet people. An expert from BTCV
attends most conservation work days to co-ordinate things, provide tools
and to give training where required.
Would you like to help look after your local wild spaces and learn
more about the natural environment of Bradley Stoke? New people of all
ages are always welcome, no previous experience is needed and the atmosphere
in the group is very friendly and relaxed, so why not go along to the