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Community Event: Fungi Foray

Community Event: Fungi Foray

When: Sunday 2nd October 2011 - 2pm

Where: Meet outside the leisure centre

A walk through the woods with a professional mycologist to learn more about the bracts and toadstools that appear at this time of year. Meet outside the leisure centre at 2.00pm. Walk will finish by 5pm.


The Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group was formed by local residents, with the aim of conserving and enhancing the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve for the benefit of both residents and wildlife in Bradley Stoke. This friendly voluntary group meets on the first Saturday of every month to work on the reserve. If you would like to help to look after your local wild spaces, why not join us at one or all of the events below?

All workdays start at 10.00 am and finish at 4.00 pm, but you are welcome to leave earlier if needed. Wear old clothes and stout boots and bring a packed lunch. We provide all the equipment needed plus the essential tea, coffee and biscuits!

Over the autumn we are also running a series of evening bat walks. You’ll be provided with a “bat detector” and shown how to identify the various species of bat which live on the reserve. Wear warm clothes and stout boots and bring a torch.

Further information

If you are interested in joining us or would like to know more, then call Hannah on 0797 1426266 (evening), or e-mail Emma on info@three-brooks.info for more details. Our website, www.three-brooks.info always has the latest information on workdays and other events and you can also find us on Facebook.