Wild about Tamworth
This joint project between Staffordshire Wildlife Trust and
Tamworth Borough Council aims to improve Tamworth's wild
Sites are designated as Local Nature Reserves and community
conservation groups are set up to manage the sites.
Hodge Lane, Amington: Local volunteers now
carry out a day's work a month.
Kettlebrook: Stretches from Glascote to
Wilnecote and runs through Belgrave.
The Friends of Warwickshire
Moor, Bolehall: residents meet on the first Saturday and
third Sunday of every month.
Tameside Wildlife Conservation Group: set
up to manage Tameside Nature Reserve in Fazeley. This group
meets on the second Sunday of every month to carry out work. Future
plans for the site include a large-scale wetland improvements
Dosthill Park Wildlife Group meets on the first
Sunday of each month.
Town Wall Conservation group
carries out conservation tasks on the site on the second Sunday of
The project also gives local schools and other groups the
opportunity to go on educational visits to a Local Nature Reserve
near them. Project Officers will take classes to the reserve and
carry out environmental activities.