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Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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BioBlitz 2018


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Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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July 12th, 2018

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BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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June 8th, 2018

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Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Nature Club 15 April 2018


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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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March 15th, 2018

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Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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Posted on:
July 12th, 2018

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BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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Posted on:
June 8th, 2018

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Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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May 13th, 2018

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Nature Club 15 April 2018


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March 25th, 2018

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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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March 15th, 2018

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Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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Posted on:
July 12th, 2018

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BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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Posted on:
June 8th, 2018

Posted in:

Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Posted on:
May 13th, 2018

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Nature Club 15 April 2018


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March 25th, 2018

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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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Posted on:
March 15th, 2018

Posted in:

Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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Posted by:
wrengroup

Posted on:
July 12th, 2018

Posted in:

BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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Posted on:
June 8th, 2018

Posted in:

Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Posted on:
May 13th, 2018

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Nature Club 15 April 2018


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Posted on:
March 25th, 2018

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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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Posted on:
March 15th, 2018

Posted in:

Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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Posted on:
July 12th, 2018

Posted in:

BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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Posted on:
June 8th, 2018

Posted in:

Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Posted on:
May 13th, 2018

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Nature Club 15 April 2018


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Posted by:
wrengroup

Posted on:
March 25th, 2018

Posted in:

Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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Posted by:
wrengroup

Posted on:
March 15th, 2018

Posted in:

Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

0 Comments

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wrengroup

Posted on:
July 12th, 2018

Posted in:

BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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Posted on:
June 8th, 2018

Posted in:

Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Posted on:
May 13th, 2018

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Nature Club 15 April 2018


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Posted by:
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Posted on:
March 25th, 2018

Posted in:

Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

0 Comments

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wrengroup

Posted on:
March 15th, 2018

Posted in:

Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

0 Comments

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wrengroup

Posted on:
July 12th, 2018

Posted in:

BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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Posted on:
June 8th, 2018

Posted in:

Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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March 15th, 2018

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Interested in Bees


At West Ham cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Forest Gate E7 some Newham Council staff volunteers keep 4/5 bee hives in a fenced off corner of this Newham Council cemetery, and jar up the honey during the summer.

They are looking to recruit one or two more volunteers to join their Bee Club. They can offer full training, bee suits and they have a fully equipped area for extracting the honey by centrifuge.

If you are interested in learning how to look after bees in a well organised set up please contact me Peter Williams in the first instance and I will put you in touch. The cemetery itself is an interesting wildlife have, being slightly neglected though still in use.

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July 12th, 2018

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BioBlitz 2018


A copy of the BioBlitz Flyer can be found Here.

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June 8th, 2018

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Join the Bioblitz – 23-24 June 2018


MIDSUMMER WILDLIFE WEEKEND

23rd and 24th JUNE

JOIN THE BIOBLITZ ! IN WANSTEAD FLATS & WANSTEAD PARK

The Wren Conservation Group are back for a fourth year of nature activities for all ages in the Park and on the Flats. You don’t need to be an expert to join in the walks and activities on our Wildlife Weekend but we do have some experts to help you! If you are interested in bats, birds, wildflowers and more, there is something here for everyone. All the activities are free and open to all, except Wanstead Nature Club on Sunday which is for young children and there is a small chargefor this.
Please check Wrengroup for details of time and place.

Saturday 23rd June

Meet at Centre Road Car Park, Wanstead Flats, for two walks, led by experts:

  • 11am: Plant Galls: a close look at what’s growing on our trees
  • 2pm: Larks, Butterflies and flowers: all welcome!
  • 9pm: Bat Walk led by Francis Castro. Meet at the Tea Hut in Wanstead Park. A great family walk.

Sunday 24th June

11am-4pm: Events are in Wanstead Park or the Old Sewage Works on Sunday 24th.

  • 5am: Dawn Chorus Walk: a walk for early birds.Start from Leybourne Road entrance to Bush Wood.
  • 11am-4pm: London Wildlife Trust & RSPB :fun activities in the Temple Garden
  • 11am-4pm: Wild Wanstead: green up your garden with Suzy Knox
  • 11.30am-1pm: Identifying Bees and Understanding their lifestyle
  • 11am -1pm:: Pond Dipping in the Perch Pond, Wanstead Park: suit all ages
  • 11am-4pm: Wren Group experts : Bio Blitz finds I.D. Put your finds under the microscope!
  • 11am-3pm: Meet our Duck Champion: crafts, treasure hunt, & quiz in the Temple Garden
  • 1pm-3pm: Spiders in the Old Sewage Work: finding our eight-legged friends
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Wanstead Nature Club: Meet in the Temple Garden for crafts, minibeast hunt etc. Children aged 3-7. Must be accompanied. Donation please.
  • 2pm-4pm: Wildflowers & Butterflies walk .Meet at the Temple for a general look at what’s about in the Park.
  • 2pm-3.30pm: Pond dipping in the Shoulder of Mutton Pond: suit all ages
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Snails in the Old Sewage Works: a minibeast hunt with a difference!

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May 13th, 2018

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Nature Club 15 April 2018


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March 25th, 2018

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Practical Work – Preparing Chalet Wood


We spent a lovely morning when we should have been clearing brambles watching Richard and his team expertly placing these huge and heavy oak logs along the side of the main path in the bluebell Wood. Perfect for sitting and balancing on! The machine was too big to get in the middle of the wood while the ground is so wet and the bluebells in full growth so they will come back after the bluebells are over, probably next Autumn, with another load of logs.

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