What we do
Stowmarket Wildlife Group is a group of volunteers who care deeply about wildlife, not only for its beauty and diversity but its importance to everyone’s existence.
We support the Trust’s aims and its vision for a Living Landscape. Whole landscapes that are richer in wildlife – landscapes with nature reserves,
SSSIs and County Wildlife Sites at their heart, from which species can move through a wildlife-rich countryside along networks of linked-up habitat.
Looking after local wildlife reserves
Work parties regularly meet to help maintain Combs and Bonny Woods. These are always an enjoyable way to do your bit for wildlife in the company
of like-minded friends.
Organising local events
Events are held throughout the year, including wildlife talks and guided walks. The Trust’s aims are promoted by becoming involved with local
community organisations and events.We especially encourage the young to appreciate and respect wildlife and help safeguard its future.
The Trust’s magazine is delivered to local members, saving a substantial amount in postage costs.
How you can help
Through our activities, we encourage others to become involved, by volunteering, becoming members and making donations to purchase new reserves.
John Thompson – Group Secretary. 01449 676471
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Latest posts for stowmarket
My Wild Life is a weekly column running each Saturday throughout 2015 in the East Anglian Daily Times. Each week it features stories of action for local wildlife By Michelle Marshall – Stowmarket Town Council Since 2007, Stowmarket Town Council has managed the Old Cemetery, Bury Road as an area for wildlife. It is managed […]
John Thompson along with John Maryon and Rod Brown helped form the Stowmarket Wildlife Group in its current guise in 2005. In the next few years more local people with a passion for wildlife, including John’s wife Carolyn, joined the group. This support has seen the group go from strength to strength and this year […]
The coming weeks will see the old cemetery in Stowmarket come to life with wild flowers …