This is yours, protect it.
The preservation and conservation of Bonds Meadow is a community project, open to all to enjoy in a friendly and non-abusive manner. This small piece of nature in the heart of town is maintained and supported by local volunteers for the good of all who wish to escape or have an interest in the ecological and social history of Oulton Broad.
Our aim is to keep the reserve as when humankind lived and worked in the area as an integral part of nature.
Our tasks are ongoing and never-ending. A nature reserve never stands still.
We are grateful for and very dependent upon the help of volunteers to maintain this valuable and beautiful area. Why not join us and experience the great outdoors, make new friends, get your hands dirty and play your part in saving the countryside for future generations.
If you have any spare time and would like to lend us a hand please use our contacts page >>
|The Management Committee aims to create a place of peace, calm and beauty in the middle of a residential area; a few happy and beautiful acres of the northern European countryside to save for future generations and for current generations to enjoy.
Can you see yourself doing this?
Volunteers meet every Tuesday morning from 9.15am to 12.30
Volunteering can also mean fundraising and species identification and recording or any other skill you have to offer.
Ring Peter Aldous, Project Manager 07941906946 for more details if you would like to volunteer or email us.
The Management Committee aims to create a place of peace, calm and beauty in the middle of a residential area; a few happy and beautiful acres of the northern European countryside to save for future generations.