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Next Econet Meeting

10th September 2018
19:30 - 21:30

Reading Council Offices
Prospect Park

Last updated 23rd March 2018

Wednesday, 21st March 2018
Woodland management ~ Furze Plat, Emmer Green

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Caversham Court
Church Road, Caversham

9th December 2017
9:30 - 13:30

Naturally grown Scots pine trees harvested as part of the management of local heathland

Holly, Mistletoe, Cones
Willow wreaths
and natural decorations

BBOWT, RSPB and Fairtrade stalls
with cards and gifts

Local honey and beeswax products from
Reading & District Beekeepers ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Scots Pine trees also available at
Wildmoor Heath
Saturday, 9th December
11:00 - 15:00

Sunday, 10th December
11:00 - 15:00

Nature Discovery Centre
Sunday, 10th December
11:00 - 15:00

Towards solving some prickly problems with hedgehog conservation

Park United Reformed Church
Palmer Park Avenue
Reading RG6 1DN

Thursday, 5th April 2018

An outline of current research at the University of Reading by Dr Phil Baker, School of Biological Sciences.

Part of the Berkshire Mammal Group Winter Talks Programme

Bean Pole Day

Caversham Court

Saturday, 21st April 2018
10:00 - 15:00

Promoting local woodland products and wildlife friendly gardening.

Bean Poles and Pea Sticks
Tool Sharpening
Reconditioned Tools
Willow Products

RSPB and BBOWT stalls

Reading and District Beekeepers
Honey and beeswax products
Information about bees and beekeeping

Women's Institute
Jams and chutneys

Fairtrade goods


Reading Natural History Society
Reading Urban Wildlife Group
Friends of the Earth
Friends of Harris Gardens
Motor Neurone Disease Society
Reading Tree Wardens
Tilehurst Horticultural Association
Ways and Means

and other local organisations

Dawn Chorus Walk

Clayfield Copse

Sunday, 6th May 2018
4:30 - 7:00

Leader Peter Scudamore who will help identify the birds heard and seen, more than 25 species in previous years including a Firecrest.

Stout shoes or walking boots recommended as ground is uneven and possibly muddy or slippery after rain. As the start is before sunrise a torch may be useful.

Event for
International Dawn Chorus Day