Do join us for a sociable evening of festivities – bring a friend or two – All Welcome! Lizzie Pellowe from the National Trust’s Shugborough Estate will be joining us to talk about how we can garden environmentally. Amongst the ideas she will be sharing with us are How your garden can be a C02 […]Read more
Do join us and bring a friend or two. This is a free event but donations will be requested for the BumbleBee Conservation Trust SinCH is proud to be linked with local Bumblebee Conservation Trust volunteers and over 50 people attended our evening talk last year given by local expert Ron Rock – please see […]Read more
The BumbleBee Conservation Trust is running a big campaign called Bee the Change which all about simple, quick ways you can make your postcode more bumblebee-friendly. So Let’s Bee the Change! By the way, if you missed Ron’s talk last year a summary is available in our blog here. What’s the problem? According to the […]Read more
Why do we need to map our flora and fauna? By creating a shared record we can: Understand and value what we already have When we start looking closely it is great to see the range of plants and animals we have locally – it opens up a new world, as well as providing Space […]Read more
Do join us for a sociable evening of festivities – bring a friend or two – All Welcome! A fascinating talk by the Staffordshire Barn Owl Action Group – a small voluntary group that monitors barn owl habitats in Staffordshire as well as collecting information about them through monitoring the nest boxes and ringing the […]Read more
Green Drinks Social – Tues 6th June 7.30 pm – How can we all support the Parish Council’s Space for Nature campaign?
Do join us for a sociable evening of festivities – bring a friend or two – All Welcome! All around us nature needs a helping hand but how can we play our part in supporting biodiversity and improving the health of our local green spaces? Space for Nature is a Colwich Parish Council campaign to […]Read more
Check out the interactive map at Hedgehog Street to see where local sightings have been. Please update this site if you see one! What’s causing the problem? It’s complicated but, according to Wildlife Trusts, the main issues are: Habitat LossLoss of nesting and foraging habitat through development (urban) and hedgerow removal (rural) reduces the carrying […]Read more