Solihull Conservation Volunteers (SCV) is a small local independent voluntary group whose aim is to carry out practical conservation work in and around the Solihull area for the benefit of people and wildlife. Solihull Council supports us in our work.
We have working tasks on two Sundays a month throughout the year on a range of sites all over Solihull. We carry out a wide variety of work which includes habitat creation, footpath improvement, fencing and stile construction.
The age range of the membership varies from those in their early 20s to those over 60 and members come from a variety of backgrounds. The group contains some members who have been volunteers for over 15 years.
The group has been closely involved with the development of a number of Local Nature Reserves (LNRs) and we are always keen to work on new sites to gain new experience and provide fresh challenges.
New volunteers are always welcome. Please click here to find out more about getting involved.
Our next event is on 19th June - please see the calendar for details.
We help maintain and improve the environment around Solihull including a number of Local Nature Reserves over all of the Solihull area. You can learn new skills and increase your knowledge of nature and the environment in your area.
You will meet new people as well as having fun and exercise in the fresh air.
Find out more about joining us.
We carry out a variety of woodland work including the removal of invasive alien species, coppicing, improving access and developing habitat for indigenous flora and fauna.
Planting of native trees, hedges and wildflowers to increase the benefit to wildlife.
Pond clearance and wetland management.
Hedgelaying and meadow management.
Construction tasks including making new paths, fencing and building sleeper bridges and stiles.
Find out more about what we do.
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