Bergh Apton Conservation Trust

Bergh Apton Conservation Trust promotes the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity in and around Bergh Apton [link to Bergh Apton website], a lively village of some 450 inhabitants, located 7 miles south-east of Norwich in Norfolk.

As a registered charity, we own and manage a beautiful 10-acre nature reserve [link] comprising marshes, ponds and woodland on the northern flank of the Chet valley. In pursuit of our educational mission, we organize an annual programme [link] of field meetings and talks for members and guests. Our monthly workdays on the reserve [link] provide many opportunities for members to experience, and contribute to, practical conservation.

Formed in 1994 [link to history], we currently have a membership of more than 80 and warmly welcome new members [link to join here]. The Trust is managed by eight trustees [link] who are elected from the membership at the Annual General Meeting.

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Bergh Apton Conservation Trust promotes the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity in and around Bergh Apton [link to Bergh Apton website], a lively village of some 450 inhabitants, located 7 miles south-east of Norwich in Norfolk.

As a registered charity, we own and manage a beautiful 10-acre nature reserve [link] comprising marshes, ponds and woodland on the northern flank of the Chet valley. In pursuit of our educational mission, we organize an annual programme [link] of field meetings and talks for members and guests. Our monthly workdays on the reserve [link] provide many opportunities for members to experience, and contribute to, practical conservation.

Formed in 1994 [link to history], we currently have a membership of more than 80 and warmly welcome new members [link to join here]. The Trust is managed by eight trustees [link] who are elected from the membership at the Annual General Meeting.

" Get your hands dirty"