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Hadleigh Wildlife Watch Group


Group news and diary

May meeting

Our next meeting is on Sunday 15th May at Wolves Wood. We will be dissecting owl pellets as well as our usual bug hunting and den building. We hope to see you there from 10-12!

April meeting

Our next meeting will be on Sunday 17th April from 10.00am-12.00pm at Broom Hill Nature Reserve in Hadleigh (meet/park at the play park by the council offices).

During the meeting we will be making some seed bombs for you to take home to plant in your gardens. We will also be using our senses to try and match different scents to find the right den, just like a fox might do. There will be lots more fun activities on offer, we do hope you can join us.

Please let us know if you are able to come!

March Meeting

Hopefully the weather will be a little bit warmer for our next meeting on Sunday 13th March from 10am-12pm at Polstead Woods (meet at the village green). Just in case it is a little chilly, we are taking along our fire pit to keep us warm and toast some marshmallows on. If you couldn't make the last meeting, then we will take along the bird boxes we have left for you to build one. There will also be lots of other fun activities on offer, including a scavenger hunt, bug hunting and den building.

If you are able to come along then please let us know. Remember to bring a drink and warm clothes!

Hope to see you there!


At our February meeting, we were delighted to be presented with our certificate and trophy for winning the "Best New Group" award for 2015. We would like to thank all our wonderful children and families for their support. Here's to the next 12 months!


Unfortunately we have had to make the hard decision to cancel our meeting tomorrow morning. Lisa and I have been monitoring the weather closely for the last couple of days, and sadly the bad weather is still forecast. Winds between 40 and 50 mph are predicted tonight and tomorrow morning, and obviously a woodland is a potentially hazardous place to be. Your (and our)safety is our biggest concern, so we will have to postpone all the fun until December.

Our apologies to you all, our run of good luck with glorious weather may have come to an end!

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