Berwickshire

What we do

We aim to update you on what is going on in your area, inform you on wildlife topics or particular species through our walks and talks programme and give you the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills through our various workshops and events.

How to get involved

Volunteers can help out with:

Hospitality at meetings and talks
Practical conservation work on our reserves
Collecting money for the Trust at events
Manning stalls at reserve open days etc.
Help out with our children's Wildlife Watch groups

Group information

Contacts

David Long (Chair)

Liz Casey (Secretary)

Myra Watson (Treasurer)

Telephone
01578 740210
Email
Email Berwickshire

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

Winter meetings are held in Duns Parish Church, accessible on foot from Duns Square through the close in the SE corner, past a red posting box.  Meetings start at 7.30pm, entry is £1.50 which includes refreshments at the end.

Directions

For Our Winter Meetings.
In Duns, from the A6105 / A6112, follow the Town Centre signs. Park in the town square and access Duns Parish Church on foot as described above.
For Summer Field Meetings.
Please refer to the Events page for full details and map references
All events also posted on www.wherecanwego.com

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Summer Walk: Pease Dean

Meet at 2pm at the Pease Bay caravan site car park, NT794706. Follow caravan site signs from the roundabout on the A1 at Cockburnspath. This walk through the SWT reserve is quite steep in places with many steps on the path, participants must be reasonably fit and able. Stout footwear required.

Summer Walk: Gordon Community Woodland

Meet at 6pm at the main car park, NT661436. The entrance is from the A6105 Greenlaw – Gordon road at the bottom of the hill on the west side of East Gordon farm. Woodland and moorland walk. Stout footwear required.

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