Woodbridge: Joint talk with Suffolk Bird Group
Stay alert, control the virus, save lives.
Our nature reserves remain open for enjoyment within the government COVID-19 guidance. Please take responsibility for your own safety and that of other visitors by following the 2-metre social distancing guidance throughout your visit.
Please note that Suffolk Wildlife Trust offices remain closed. Visitor facilities are only partially open – please check the individual reserve for details.
We are gradually resuming events and activities in line with current government guidance on COVID-19. In order to run events and activities safely for participants staff and volunteers, all events and activities will take place outdoors, where possible, and numbers of participants will be limited. Please maintain social distances of 2m from other households at all times and use the hand sanitiser provided before, during and after the event or activity. Any equipment used will be thoroughly cleaned after the event or activity and no equipment will be shared between households.
If you or a member of your household is showing any signs or symptoms of COVID-19, or you have been advised by the NHS Test and Trace system to isolate, please DO NOT attend the event or activity.
This is the latest government Advice on coronavirus: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Our nature reserves rely on the support of our members – thank you all.
Woodbridge: Quiz with wine and nibbles.
With photographer Russell Savory.
A talk by Pam Evans about walking from Lowestoft to Lowestoft.
Woodbridge Community Hall: A talk by Hugh Hanmer of the BTO.
Walk with Woodbridge Wildlife Group.
Woodbridge: Talk with Conor Jameson.
Woodbridge: With Meg Amsden and Nicky Rowbottom of Suffolk Otter Group.