Conservation Society

ConSoc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us every Wednesday afternoon (1:15pm - ~4:00pm) for practical conservation work.

 

Tuesday 21st November - 6pm-8:30pm West concourse lounge, Portland 

 Evening film viewing of Chasing Coral

 

Wednesday 29th - Bulb planting at David Ross Sports Centre

 

Or, every other Saturday at our Community Garden (11:00am) for gardening and a chat!

Saturday 25th November - Pruning!

 

 

If you enjoy nature and wish to help preserve it, or if you are simply looking for a fun and social outdoors activity, Consoc is for you!

Consoc is a student-run group that works together with local and national organisations in order to conserve our local green spaces. We visit Sites of Special Scientific Interest, nature reserves, parks and woodland. We adopt a hands-on approach for the betterment of the local environment and provide our members with an opportunity to gain valuable volunteer experience. We organise one-off trips to new sites as well as frequently revisiting ongoing projects - seeing the difference our work is making is very rewarding.

Besides our weekly practical sessions, we also hold events at weekends such as bird walks and nature food trails, and run a variety of socials from pub meets to bowling and film nights. We also run several weekends away each year, for example to the Peak District where we work in the hills with the Park Rangers!


See the links down the left for more details about our Wednesday Sessions, our Community Garden and Trips away.


Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/groups/203001426420631/

Twitter
@Uon_Consoc

Instagram
@uonconsoc

Email
consoccommittee@googlemail.com 

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Activities Officers
Alice Elizabeth Davidson
Community Garden Coordinator
Jake Andrew Sutcliffe
General Secretary
Niamah Bashir
Outreach Officer
Imogen Ashworth
President
Rebecca Olivia Marsh
Session Coordinator
Rachel Britton
SVC
Shea Mellor
Treasurer
Samuel John Stewart-Maggs
 

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