Talks, Walks, Visits & Practical Conservation Work

Founded in 1999, Watlington Environment Group is a voluntary association that encourages and helps people to learn about and care for the environment in and around Watlington.

  • Talks on a wide range of natural history and environmental subjects
  • Visits to sites of nature conservation or environmental interest
  • Guided walks in the local area
  • Practical conservation work
  • Regular Newsletters
  • Project to study and improve local watercourses
  • Toad Patrol at local site

Membership of the group is open to all and costs £8.50 per year for an adult and £3.00 for a child for which you get regular newsletters plus free admission to our events. To join, come along to one of our meetings, look out for a membership leaflet at local venues, download an application form or contact us from this site. Most of our activities are also open to non-members. 

Come and join us and get involved in your local environment.

Next meeting:

'Woodland Flowers' - a talk by Dr Keith Kirby.

Friday 30th April at 8pm. Via Zoom - for members only.

2021 Toad Patrol:

We are running our Toad Patrol again this year - under strict COVID restrictions.

Please email us if you would like to take part.

Upcoming work party dates:

We have now resumed some practical work subject to COVID restrictions.

Please email us for further information.

Download membership form:

WEG Membership Application.pdf
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