Bergh Apton Conservation Trust promotes the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity in and around Bergh Apton, 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 organise an annual programme 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.

Bergh Apton Conservation Trust promotes the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity in and around Bergh Apton, 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.